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From holding a pencil to turning the pages in a book, kids use their fine motor skills everyday as they are learning to read and write. The development of the small muscles in the hands and fingers in coordination with the eyes is important in not only children’s learning but also in their everyday life.

Interactive, hands-on activities are a fun way for kids to develop their fine motor skills. From clip cards to play dough, there are many tools and resources that you can use to help your children strengthen their hand muscle strength, hand and eye coordination, and much more. Click on the pictures below to find activities and resources for your kids!

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Alphabet Clip Cards

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Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will be “hopping” with excitement to learn the ABC’s using these Easter Alphabet Clip Cards! Easter literacy activities like this one are a fun, hands-on way for your students to practice identifying and matching letters. As the clip the clothespins on the cards, your kids will also work on developing their …

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With these Reindeer Letter Sounds Clip Cards, your students will practice identifying letters and beginning sounds this holiday season. As they clip the clothespins onto the cards, they will also work on developing their fine motor skills. Christmas literacy activities like this one are a fun and festive way to keep your kids learning this December. …

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Are you looking for Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers? Check out this list of hands-on activities that your students can do to develop those essential skills. With simple activities like these your young learners work on hand-eye coordination, hand strength, finger dexterity, and much more. From holding a pencil to turning pages in a book, …

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This spring, your preschoolers and kindergarteners can work on matching capital and lowercase letters with these Umbrella Alphabet Clip Cards. This low-prep activity is not only a fun way for your students to work on learning the ABC’s but it’s also great for developing their fine motor skills. One of the first pre-reading skills that …

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After reading the book The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond, your kids can work on letter recognition with this Raining Hearts Letter Match Activity. With Valentine literacy activities like this one, they will practice identifying and matching capital and lowercase letters. As your students connect the hearts to the cloud with the plastic …

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