Mamas Like Me: The Great 8 Octopus - Counting and Fine-Motor Skill Activity for Preschool & Toddlers

The Great 8 Octopus - Counting and Fine-Motor Skill Activity for Preschool & Toddlers. Make learning fun and engaging with this easy kids craft using construction paper, markers, school glue, and Cheerios.

A great fine motor activity to keep them busy when you need a little time.

Fine Motor Activity to Keep Kids Busy When You Need It

This activity is a great way to keep kids busy - just rubber bands and a soup can from the pantry! Site also has other fine motor skills activities.

Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card. Totally diy!

I need to do this for X's updated busy bag! Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card.

Teaching colors by practicing fine motor skills...the chopsticks may be complicated for most kids...

This would be a fun idea for kids and a great use for all those toilet paper rolls I can't throw away! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched toilet paper rolls.

Fine motor, lifting objects with various tools including large tweezers, chop sticks...explore

WATER TRANSFER: Fine motor, lifting objects with various tools including large tweezers, chop sticks.

Pompom Tong Transfer, use the tongs (chopsticks) to place each pompom into a circle that is the same color as the pompom.

Pompom Tong Transfer: Use tongs (chopsticks or a clothespin) to place each pompom into a circle that is the same color as the pompom / The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

Huge list of fantastic ideas for increasing strength in the hands. >This is a site put together by an OT. She offers a zillion ideas about helping kids develop skills in all areas.

Huge list of fantastic ideas for increasing strength in the hands. This is a site put together by an OT. She offers a zillion ideas about helping kids develop skills in all areas.

Pumpkin Seed Counting ... for math and fine motor.

Pin Works on building number sense by counting using correspondence and matching number of objects with a printed numeral. Also works on fine motor skills. Students pick a number card then use tongs to count out that number of pumpkin seeds.

Our finger gym activity this week :)

To make easier, you could use bigger cups (for a bigger target). You could also use a bigger spoon (and don't put a lot of the filling on the spoon so it's easier to not spill).

How high is your tower? Maths and finger strengthening too... turn over the timer... throw the dice... build your tower using the tweezers .. keep score ... best of three! LH

How high is your tower? Maths and finger strengthening too. turn over the timer. throw the dice. build your tower using the tweezers . keep score .

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