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Life with Moore Babies: Learn to Tie Bows on Stuffed Animals

Life with Moore Babies: Learn to Tie Bows on Stuffed Animals

Fine Motor Button Letters

buttons to trace letters, very tactile and helps with fine motor development

Tons of Fun: Tot School - Snowman Week

Fine Motor Practice with Straws. These ideas will help strengthen your child's fine motor skills in fun, playful way.

Fine Motor Practice with Straws - Get Ready for K Through Play

Fine motor skills, paper clips onto card. Can use for colour matching or counting

Color Matching {w/paper clips & foam} « Mama Jenn {the blog}

Hammering practise- styrofoam and golf tees!

Number cards & blocks activity....looks so fun! How high can you go?

Fumbling Through Parenthood: What's On The Trays- Post 7

Sort bottle caps by color. Sorting is a great early learning activitiy!

little preschool on the prairie: sorting bottle caps

Blogger used this activity as a craft but that would be too expensive in a classroom, so I'd do this in the construction center or fine motor center: provide small cubes and popsicle sticks for building

Time for Play: She Built Her House of Sticks

cup stacking with 100 cups on the 100th day of school- my idea- work on motor skills using these cups! This would be a great practice for those kids who grip hard.

Mrs. Huff's Kinderblog: Valentine's Day Part 1 / Day 100

Practical Life Skills Tray.

The Preschool Experiment: Shamrock Shenanigans :)