This Valentine Sewing Craft is a fun way for kids to get some seasonal fine motor practice!
Category: Fine Motor
This Christmas Tree Sewing Activity was perfect for working on fine motor skills with a festive theme!
These googly eye pumpkins are cute AND just a little bit spooky! It’s a great workout for little fingers, too.
We are taking part in the Everyday Fine Motor Materials from A to Z series, and I have chosen the letter T – for Tongs! This animal habitat sort really made my …
My son loves the song “Five Green and Speckled Frogs”, so for Fine Motor Fridays this week I made an activity to go with it.
These dot marker alphabet cards are great for working on fine motor skills as well as color matching and learning the alphabet!
Learning to use scissors can be pretty tricky for children, so here are some tips and tricks to help get them started on this essential fine motor skill.
Our post for Fine Motor Fridays this week is a spin on yarn-wrapped activities: thread-wrapped letters!
This activity was a great way to get kids constructing in a creative way – just by providing them with pieces of Styrofoam and pipe cleaners!
It’s Fine Motor Friday! These scissor practice flowers are great for working on simple cutting skills, squeezing and pincer grip.
This craft foam collage is a great way to practice fine motor skills – dip the shapes into the water and then “stick” them to the background! Great for …
This pom pom collage activity is really easy to set up! Working with those small pom poms is great for practicing fine motor skills.
For our latest Easter fine motor activity we used plastic eggs, a painted egg box, and some new tongs!
Our activity for Fine Motor Fridays this week works on color matching, sorting and fine motor skills, combined with some lovely bright spring colors!
My son was *totally* into this train-themed unwrapping activity. And at nearly three years old, that’s not always a given! He used a wide range of fine motor skills …
Here is our connect the dots with numbers fine motor activity that incorporates three things that my son loves – transport, numbers and puzzles!
This is a simple exercise in copying patterns using building blocks. Manipulating the blocks is an easy way to get some fine motor practice!
Although my son isn’t quite ready to start sending Valentine cards, I love the excuse to play with all things red and hearts! Here’s our Valentines fine motor activity.
One of the fine motor skills we have been working a lot on recently is how to SQUEEZE!
Here’s a super easy pre-writing practice sheet to try out with your little one. Great for fine motor skills!
Yesterday we had a little post-Christmas party at our house and I made some fun new Christmas play dough for our friends to try out.
This clothes fastenings board includes buttons, Velcro, snaps and a zip – perfect for practicing fine motor skills!
This paper bag luminary is a really fun way to get some fine motor practice – that results in lovely winter decoration!
This week we’ve been working with tongs and tweezers, which is great for practicing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and building hand strength!