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35 simple & engaging fine motor activities for kids; lots of fun ideas that can be set up in seconds!

35 simple & engaging fine motor activities for kids; lots of fun ideas that can be set up in seconds!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Check back often for sales and new items. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Pencil Grip Help: "Wrap a hair tie as shown. Kids get used to doing it themselves quickly. It gently forces them to hold the pencil in the open web of their hands and the pencil with their fingertips. Do this for a few weeks, then remove the ties. By then it's become habit to hold a pencil correctly. Kids that have weak fine motor muscles in their hands are going to struggle, so do strengthening activities. That helps with control and neatness when writing." From a friend's FB post.

* Pencil Grip Help: your children will be fastly used to hold correctly the pencil. Very quickly they will feel their motor muscles less weak and their fingers tip totally adapted to the writing tool.

Squishy marble maze for calm down box.

calm down idea - Squishy Marble Maze. Gallon ziplock bag, duct tape, dish liquid, and a marble. roll duct tape so that sticky side is facing out. insert duct tape into gallon bag to create maze. Fill with dish soap, and add a marble.

Great strength building to help develop a pincer grip. Good strength building for improving pencil grip.

Red yellow and green pompoms on a tree outline. Pick the apples using a clothespin. Great strength building to help develop a pincer grip. Good strength building for improving pencil grip.