What a great idea for motor skill development and also for storytelling (great way to take a journey!
This is a game that includes both fine and gross motor skills. Picking up small cotton balls has to do with fine motor skills and throwing the cotton balls is a gross motor skill. All you need for this activity is cotton balls, tape, and a hula hoop
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Ateliers de manipulation type Montessori
WATER TRANSFER: Fine motor, lifting objects with various tools including large tweezers, chop sticks.
Fine motor activity -- spoon marbles into a bottle. How many can you get in without dropping any outside of the bottle? Not allowed to touch the marbles with fingers!
The bolts are graded in diameter for a more difficult exercise. Five slotted bolts and stubby screwdriver. Designed by a Montessori teacher to aid the development of eye-hand coordination and teach a practical skill.
Pin Works on building number sense by counting using correspondence and matching number of objects with a printed numeral. Also works on fine motor skills. Students pick a number card then use tongs to count out that number of pumpkin seeds.
Pool Noodle and Pom Pom Transfer Activity
School Time Snippets: Tweezers, Pom Poms, and Pool Noodles-Fine Motor Activity.