Drinking Straws, Shoelaces and Fine Motor Skills  SUPERVISE with younger children - choking hazard

Drinking Straws, Shoelaces and Fine Motor Skills SUPERVISE with younger children - choking hazard

DIY Fine Motor Montessori Activities - Low to No Cost   (Racheous - Loveable Learning)

DIY Montessori Fine Motor Activities

My placement school adopts a funky fingers, fancy feet scheme for fine motor skills. Each morning the children come in and do a fine or gross motor skill activity for the first fifteen minutes. Here are some of my own creations, inspired by this mindset. Ribbons and piper cleaners secured to colanders are a a fantastic, easy threading activity. All of the colours and patterns to be made have really motivated the children.

My placement school adopts a funky fingers, fancy feet scheme for fine motor skills. Each morning the children come in and do a fine or gross motor skill activity for the first fifteen minutes. Here are some of my own creations, inspired by this mindset. Ribbons and piper cleaners secured to colanders are a a fantastic, easy threading activity. All of the colours and patterns to be made have really motivated the children.

Tweezing spiders (feeding the frog). I saw this idea featured at Living Montessori Now Leap Year activities post from The Preschool Experiment (she has such a great Pond unit post). This is an empty parmesan cheese container. I glued two green pom-poms, two googly eyes and a piece of red felt.

Tweezing spiders (feeding the frog). I saw this idea featured at Living Montessori Now Leap Year activities post from The Preschool Experiment (she has such a great Pond unit post). This is an empty parmesan cheese container. I glued two green pom-poms, two googly eyes and a piece of red felt.

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.

18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers

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.

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