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.
Fine Motor Skills:
Fine Motor Cards:
Using building blocks, play dough, snap cubes, or any other small manipulative is a fun way for your kids to develop their fine motor skills. These hands-on resources are also a great for learning how to create letters using manipulatives and letter formation. Click on the pictures below!
By squeezing clothespins open and attaching them to the cards, your kids will be developing their finger muscle strength and hand and eye coordination. These developmental skills are so important for your pre-writers and beginning writers. Click on the pictures below!
Connect Links Activities:
Using connect links will help your kids develop their dexterity, coordination, and much more! These developmental skills are important as they learn how to hold a pencil, write, and even turn pages in a book. Click on the pictures below!
More Fine Motor Activities:
Play Dough Activities
These fun, hands-on resources will help your kids work on their Fine Motor Skills and developmental skills that will help them as they learn to read and write.
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