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 This is an empty parmesan cheese container. I glued two green pom-poms, two googly eyes and a piece of red felt.

Egg Towers! Fine Motor Balancing Game

Egg Towers! Fine Motor Balancing Game

Number Punch- pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Combine multiple objectives into a single lesson. Teach children number sense and fine motor skills at the same time. The kids will love using the hole punch and will be improving their number sense at the same time.

"Grabbing Spiders Through the Web" Fine Motor Activity (from The Little Montessori School / Ms. Stephanie's Preschool)

"Grabbing Spiders Through the Web" Fine Motor Activity (from The Little Montessori School / Ms. Stephanie's Preschool) Add math facts to the spider and use as a fact fluency game as well

Erasing letters with a Q-tip is a simple-to-set-up activity that works on letter recognition, the proper strokes for writing letters, and fine motor skills needed for writing. I love how this activity can be adapted to help kids with any letters of the alphabet they need assistance with. || Gift of Curiosity

Erasing letters with a Q-tip {101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet

Erasing letters with a Q-tip is a simple-to-set-up activity that works on letter recognition, the proper strokes for writing letters, and fine motor skills needed for writing. I love how this activity can be adapted to help kids with any letters of the al

This rainbow color sorting sensory bin is a great indoor activity for toddler and preschoolers. They work on colors, sorting and fine motor skills.

Rainbow Color Sorting Sensory Bin

Sensory play: this is sensory play because it helps kids differentiate colors and at the same time they are touching the textures of the cereal

I came up with this idea on a whim when thinking of a way to get my preschoolers to move items one at a time with tongs or tweezers.  I decorated a small water bottle to look like a turkey and gave them beads and a strawberry picker.  Just challenging enough for them to pick up and "FEED THE TURKEY."  I think I will do the same with Santa and have the kids feed him "Cookies."  - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

Feed the Turkey fine motor: move items one at a time with tongs or tweezers. Decorate a small water bottle to look like a turkey and transfer beads.

Rainbow Color Sorting Sensory Bin - perfect for spring, St.Patrick's day or any other day of the year!

Rainbow Color Sorting Sensory Bin

This rainbow color sorting sensory bin is a great indoor activity for toddler and preschoolers. They work on colors, sorting and fine motor skills. A hidden way to make color sorting a self motivated activity!

Young kids will have fun welcoming spring with this do a dot flower craft while strengthening fine motor skills and hand eye coordination.

Do-a-Dot Flower Craft for Kids: Preschool Spring Craft Activity

Put feathers in holes of a colander for a simple Thanksgiving activity to work on fine motor skills. Brilliant! #finemotor #Thanksgiving #mamaot

For a quick and easy Thanksgiving activity for kids that works on fine motor skills, try putting craft feathers in the holes of a colander! This puts a twist on the classic Pipe Cleaner Colander ac…

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