Rachel Williams

Rachel Williams

Rachel Williams
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Black playdough for roads.

black play dough roads - this would be a great use for the galaxy dough!

Texture book

Texture Words Book by Kristen Sutcliffe from New House Project. Use materials with interesting textures to make a fun book for your baby or toddler.

fine motor activity - using tweezers to pick up the pom poms and place them in the appropriate spot.

"Peaceful Feet" This isn't so much a Practical Life work as much as a Grace and Courtesy or community building activity but in our room it w.

Beading with cut up straws

Cut up straws make easy fun beads to string. (Kids can cut them for fine motor practice.

Eyedropper Painting for Pincer Grasp Practice!   I think this would work great on coffee filters.  Also would cool to cut out squares of white cloth bound with masking tape on the edges so the paintings are easy to hang or frame.  Better yet, what about RIT dye and T-shirts (put cardboard between front and back)??  - Repinned (and expanded on) by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Eyedropper Painting for Pincer Grasp Practice! Would work great on coffee filters. Also would cool to cut out squares of white cloth bound with masking tape on the edges so the paintings are easy to hang or frame.

Bottle and lid matching activity - great idea for an OT activity! definitely targets fine motor skills, visual motor, and cognitive skills!    - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Bottle and lid matching activity - great idea for an OT activity! Definitely targets fine motor skills, visual motor, and cognitive skills! So simple!

Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Homemade Geoboard

Keith Make for Gar? Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Homemade Geoboard

tissue box play - pom poms - fill and spill

Crafting Play: Tissue box and Pom-Pom Fill and Spill Game

I made this really cool game that they LOVED doing! I used sharpies to color the clothespins and turned pipe cleaners into a loop. They then matched the correct color loop and pinned on the clothespin. Not only do they think about the colors, but use fine motor skills too! They each got one bag with a set of colors each

sharpies to color the clothespins and turned pipe cleaners into a loop. matched the correct color loop and pinned on the clothespin. think about the colors, but use fine motor skills too! They each got one bag with a set of colors each

More on Fine Motor Skills

If you haven't seen my other posts on fine motor skills, catch up here and here first!Here are some general activities that lend well to practicing fine-motor s