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Fine Motor Skills Infants/Toddlers/Preschoolers

: Learning to Use Scissors - cutting spaghetti (",)

Write thank you letters (and work on handwriting, too!)

Weighted pencils can be beneficial for students who do not press hard enough when writing or for students who have poor body awareness & need additional proprioceptive input to increase awareness of their hand.

Genius! Felt cupcakes...perfect quiet time toy. And no reason you can't make felt pizza or something too. Good for fine motor development and creativity.

Cheap and efficient way to decorate cookies...dollar store bottles!!! Very kid friendly!

keeping the little ones busy on road trips without involving hours of movies or barney ;)

Notes from a Pediatric Occupational Therapist: Adapted Paper for Math

Copy Me Game: A simple game fun for all ages. One player creates a pattern the other copies it. wonderful for building visual-perceptual and fine motor skills for reading and writing.

Shoe tie practice board--my dad made one of these for me back in the '70s!

Use toothpicks to eat blueberries

Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours.