Sensory Balloons: dry beans, coffee grounds, hair gel, flour, baby powder, rice, water. Makes me want to go out and buy some balloons!
An easy and budget friendly Toddler Fine Motor Activity with marbles and a bathmat!
Using CHOP STICKS for FINE MOTOR SKILLS!!
Letter fine motor
Learning how to cut ... with straws!
Use large push pins and rubber bands for matching worksheets. Works on concept formation as well as fine motor hand, finger and thumb strength!
tapestry table — kleas
better than marshmallows - foam!
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