Tracing Lines Busy Bag for Preschoolers
This printable Tracing Lines Busy Bag is perfect for practice tracing and learning to write. Busy bag for preschoolers strengthening fine motor skills.
Fine Motor Skills with Crazy Straws - Busy Bag
Awesome way to use a simple crazy straw and add fine motor skills! These are great to re-use and work perfectly as a busy bag. Color sorting, sequencing, and hand-eye coordination.
Start A Fire
Cutting Busy Box for Toddlers & Preschoolers! Developing important Scissor…
Preschool Workboxes 9/17-21
What's Super Tot working on this week? Number Recognition I separated all of the 1-5 tiles from the game Sumoku. There are twelve of each. I drew dots onto post-it notes and placed them on the container. Super Tot will place each number tile into the correct section. Sound Matching This is an activity we've done before, but it is a favorite. There are 8 eggs in each color, filled with various objects (rice, beans, beads, etc.). Super Tot is to shake the eggs and match them up by sound. As he…
More LEGO Dogs! Dachshund and Mastiff Building Instructions - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
We’re back with two more LEGO® dogs to build – a dachshund and a mastiff! (The mastiff could easily pass for whatever large breed you’d like it to be. 🙂 ) I can’t decide which one is cuter. Our first LEGO® dog post featured a beagle/hound type dog and a Westie. You can see those […]
Simple Scissor Practice Sheets
Simple Scissor Practice - This free printable will help toddler, preschool, and kindergarten kids develop confidence and coordination as they refine their fine motor skills.
Contribute Your Creativity to a Tee
Contribute Your Creativity to a Tee is a exhibit by artist Danny Murphy and runs in the Main Library's Idea Box from December 1 through the 31. Using colorful golf tees and a giant pegboard, Contribute Your Creativity to a Tee encourages visitors to make there own designs in this constantly changing display. Make your own design or just watch how the wall changes with a giant movable pattern wall created by artist Danny Murphy. December's Idea Box is the winning selection from a…
Fine Motor Play with Tissue Paper - The OT Toolbox
Pinching and crumbling paper is an excellent fine motor exercise for children. It is an activity that works the small muscles of the hand and really strengthens the arches of the hands. If a child has weak muscles in their hands and the arches are not defined, you may see them holding a pencil or ... Read more
Colour Sorting Pom Pom Drop Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun game for colour sorting and fine motor skills coordination using rainbow cardboard tubes and coloured pom poms!
25 Fun Counting Games for Preschool and Kindergarten
These counting games for preschoolers and kindergarteners will help kids learn to count and recognize numbers in a playful way.
A Fine Motor Activity With Feathers and Play Dough
"Play dough can teach many important skills, including: - How to manipulate play-dough and how to combine the use of play-dough with other skills.