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Sensory Balloons: dry beans, coffee grounds, hair gel, flour, baby powder, rice, water. Makes me want to go out and buy some balloons!

Tot Treasures: Sensory Balloons!!

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Use large push pins and rubber bands for matching worksheets. Works on concept formation as well as fine motor hand, finger and thumb strength!

Push Pin Match Up « Miss Mancy's Blog

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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

Use coloured paperclips to practice counting and fine motor skills. Scribble Doodle and Draw

Scribble Doodle and Draw

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Article + Blog hop on "Encouraging Children to be Active!"

23 Gross Motor Games and Activities for Preschoolers You Can Play with Two or More People

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Easy Paper Bag Weaving - The Imagination Tree

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Easy Kindergarten Hand Exercises To Improve Fine Motor Skills

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