A fun creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation)...the list goes on!
Fill plastic bottles with colored water for lawn bowling. Drop in a glow stick for 'night' lawn bowling.
Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children
DIY Felt Button Chain~ Learning Fine Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills Activities
This is a good fine motor skills because they have to use their fingers in a really delicate way to make the beads go on right. It uses the small muscles in their hands.
...Joyful Mama's Place...: First steps in sewing: Polystyrene plate
Pink and Green Mama: Playful Ways To Help Your Young Child Develop Fine Motor Control
Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time.
weaving with cooling rack: JDaniel4's Mom: Read.Explore.Learn.-Bugtown Boogie
Great for fine motor control! Trace the shapes with beans or small manipulatives to make designs.
Make zigzags and race to the finish line! Don't go out of the lines, or you may crash
Fine Motor Skills that Help Develop Writing (from Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog)