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Fine motor during insect and bug studies: plastic bugs and white yarn.  Wrap the bugs as a spider would.

Fine Motor Skills Activities

Insect Wrapping Children wrap the plastic insects with pieces of white yarn (“spider webs”). When they are finished wrapping all of the insects, they unwrap them and place the yarn back in the bowl.

Coordenação motora fina

Fine Motor Skills I saved an empty Children’s Tylenol bottle and filled it with blue water. I drew dots on wax paper and Bear has to drop one drop per dot. It’s a very challenging task that she does well with. It requires a lot of concentration.

Colored water & eye droppers. Children mix primary-colored water to make secondary colors. The bucket in the middle is for dumping the water when finished, or to start over. A

Fine Motor Skills Activities

Colored water & eye droppers Children mix primary-colored water to make secondary colors. The bucket in the middle is for dumping the water when finished, or to start over.

Coordinación y motricidad fina

Toothpicks and a Shaker (great fine motor activity for 2 year olds +). My little purple fairy (E) loves to put toothpicks in this parmesan cheese shaker (bought from the Dollar Tree).

The Recycling Occupational Therapist: Shapes Sewn to gloves

The seed for this idea was planted when I read about the button gloves on Your Therapy Source. These were designed to promote finger.

Nuts and Bolts Fine Motor Development

Nuts and Bolts Fine Motor Development - sets of bolts, nuts, wing nuts, and washers create small puzzles for small hands that strengthen fine motor skills.

love the idea of using a sensory bag to work on fine motor skills. Sort the pumpkins, skulls, and ghosts into the right "goals"

sensory bag to work on fine motor skills. Sort the pumpkins, skulls, and ghosts into the right "goals"

Ice Cream Numbers - preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills by cynthia

Ice Cream Numbers - preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills by cynthia

Teach your child to BUTTON with this fun build an ice cream activity!!!

Great fine motor activity ~ Practice buttoning with this ice cream activity

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