Are you looking for a fun, NO PREP way to engage your students in fine motor practice this fall? This is it! This set of fall fine motor activities includes 8 no prep fine motor activities that your students will LOVE!
⭐These fall fine motor worksheets follow the same formatting as the Fine Motor Activities for the Year. That means that you can easily combine them!
- Dot sticker activities
- Bingo dauber dab and dot activities
- Tear and glue activities
- Cotton swab paint dot activities
- Hole punch activities
- Tracing activities
- Scissor cutting activities
- Push pin poke activities
Why use these fall fine motor activities?
Practicing fine motor skills with fine motor activities is essential for developing hand, wrist, and finger strength, pencil grasp, visual perception, bilateral integration, hand-eye coordination, and handwriting skills. These no prep fall fine motor activities provide a fun and engaging way to practice fine motor skills with a fall flair!
TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE ACTIVITIES:
5 Dot Sticker Activities: Students will match dot stickers to the circles on the page. These were formatted for traditional dot stickers, which are 3/4″ in diameter. If you do not have dot stickers, you can swap them out for dot markers.
5 Bingo Dauber Activities: Students will use bingo daubers or dot markers to dab the dots on the page or fill in the shape outlines.
2 Tear and Glue Activities: Students will tear strips of paper and glue them down to fill in the shapes.
2 Cotton Swab Paint Dotting Activities: Students will dip a cotton swab in paint and dot the paint on the picture.
2 Hole Punch Activities:
- Activity one: Students will hole punch around the page and then color the picture.
- Activity two: Students will cut out the hole punch strips. They will hole punch the pictures and then glue the strips down.
12 Tracing Lines Pages: Students will follow the tracing lines on each page.
4 Scissor Cutting Activities:
- Activity one: Students will cut on the lines.
- Activity two: Students will cut out the small pictures and glue them in the scene.
- Activity three: Students will cut out the small picture and glue it in the big picture.
- Activity four: Students will cut out the puzzle pieces and glue them in order.
13 Pin Poke Pictures: Students will use a large push pin to poke the dots and make the pictures.
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