Perfect for purse when your kid needs a distraction. Fine motor on the go! LEGO in a tin, with a base on top

mommo design: IN A MINT TIN. Several fun DIY ideas for travel tin distractions. I like the tiny Lego box idea best. Great recycle purpose for your Altoids tins!

Writing their friend's names. Even kids who "don't like to write" love to write their names!

Mother's Day Edition: Fine Motor Friday!!

LOVE THIS FOR THE WRITING CENTER!-----Kindergarten name writing center using student names. This will help with learning names and making new friends at the beginning of the year.

Tiny fairy garden mailbox with brass leaf flag for fairy gardens, miniatures, dollhouses, bonsai and succulent gardens or party decor on Etsy, $6.95

Tiny fairy garden mailbox with brass leaf flag for fairy gardens, miniatures, dollhouses, bonsai and succulent gardens or party decor - Gardening Ideas

Store all the Lego manuals in one binder so you have them at your fingertips (plus find a bunch of other great Lego storage ideas in the link under the photo).

Brilliant Timesavers and Organizing Ideas Store all the Lego manuals in one binder so you have them at your fingertips (plus find a bunch of other great Lego storage ideas in the link under the photo).

fine motor skills

25 Playful Ways To Work On Fine Motor Skills

Handprint sun craft. Use your child's hand print to make the beautiful rays for this paper plate craft.

Week 1 (X) The kids loved this handprint sun craft. I used various shades of yellow for the hands and let the kids color the sun with yellow and orange crayons, and it went perfectly with the picture books SUN SONG.

Painting with marshmallows - fine motor art for kids

Painting with marshmallows - fine motor art for kids. Students will attach mini marshmallows onto toothpicks and dab them into paint to create a painting. This will target fine motor skills as well as creativity.

Make Stress Fidgets - $1 pool noodle + 1 serrated knife + 2 minutes = 52 stress fidgets for the upcoming school year. That's a time and financial investment even I could afford! Great idea from Danielle at School Counselor Blog. OR Use a funnel to fill round balloons with corn starch, flour, or sand. Fold the neck of the balloon over, and put inside of another balloon that you've snipped the neck off of. Repeat with a third balloon. Just double-check with ...

Use "pool noodles" to create stress fidgets for students in order to build coping skills to stress, anger, etc Or to put inn the bottom of a planter for drainage and so you don't have to use do much soil. Noodles are way cheaper than packing peanuts!

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