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Seed Tray for Fine Motor and Sorting Activities (from Fantastic Fun & Learning)

Seed Tray for Fine Motor and Sorting Activities (from Fantastic Fun & Learning)

Gross motor color recognition game - an active way to learn colors

Gross motor color recognition game - an active way to learn colors (sidewalk chalk on the old tennis courts, anyone?

Fine Motor Fun Part TWO!

Fine Motor Fun Part TWO! (Kreative in Kinder)

Fine motor practice with math skill practice-ohh laa laa- hands on learning rocks! Kreative in Kinder

Cool Science Experiments for Kids with a St. Patrick's Day theme: What makes a rainbow? What are the chemical properties of gold? Can you catch a leprechaun? | Creekside Learning

Cool Science Experiments: With a St. Patrick's Day Theme

cool science experiments for kids. Rainbow science, gold science, shamrocks and leprechaun science. Easy and fun experiments to demonstrate science concepts

Nice Montessori idea- could also set up a tray where she hammers the golf tees into the foam

Montessori Monday – Activities with Marbles and Golf Tees from Montessori at Home!

Have fun developing fine motor skills balancing marbles on golf tees in pieces of foam. Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Marbles and Golf Tee Game

This planting flowers alphabet activity is such a fun way for kids to learn letters and letter sounds! Plus, kids can practice counting, colors, sorting and more!

Planting Flowers Alphabet Activity

ALPHABET PLANTING GAME (R) This planting flowers alphabet activity is such a fun way for kids to learn letters and letter sounds! Plus, kids can practice counting, colors, sorting and more!

Five Little Flowers is a fun pocket chart activity to use to get ready for Spring. It is also great for young students as they learn their colors and the ordinal numbers (first, second, third, fourth, and fifth.) Just copy, cut, place in your pocket chart and it is ready to use.  There is also a page you can copy for your students so that they can continue to enjoy this poem even after you have put the poem away.:

Five Little Flowers (Pocket Chart Activity)

Five Little Flowers is a fun pocket chart activity to use to get ready for Spring. It is also great for young students as they learn their colors and the

Popsicle Sticks through the opening of a mayo container.

Fine Motor Fun for Your Toddlers & Preschoolers

Quiet Box - I love the idea of using a mayo jar and popsicle sticks - easily found and made. Sight words on the sticks.

A Cat in the Hat game - fine motor game fun for preschoolers and toddlers!

Cat In The Hat Fine Motor Activity

30 Materials & Activities to Promote Fine Motor Skills on hands on : as we grow.  I think I will try other small objects, also - pom poms, etc.

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

- Balancing Marbles = good activity to promote fine motor skills development - pinch/eye-hand coordination/controlled release - from 30 Kids Activities & Materials for Promoting Fine Motor Skills

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