Practicing fine motor skills is essential for developing hand, wrist, and finger strength, pencil grasp, visual perception, bilateral integration, hand-eye coordination, and handwriting skills. These fine motor activities provide a fun and engaging way to practice fine motor skills throughout the year!
- Create a Fine Motor Journal or Notebook – A cover for a fine motor journal is included, plus printing tips.
- Fine Motor Lessons – Use these fine motor worksheets as a follow up to your fine motor lessons or as intervention.
- Send Home to Families – A family or parent letter is included with tips for practicing fine motor skills and how to fix common mistakes.
- Morning Work, Centers, or Small Group Activities
➜ Scissor Skills : Scissor Cutting Practice
➜ Tracing Practice with Tracing Lines, Shapes, and Handwriting Strokes
➜ How To Use Glue + Glue Practice Activities
➜ Tearing and Gluing
➜ Dab It with Dot Markers Activities
➜ Dot It with Cotton Swabs Activities
➜ Hole Punch Activities with Lacing Practice
➜ Stamping and Finger Print Activities
➜ Pin Poke Practice