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    • Lynnette Stead

      This collection of fine motor activities from ABC-123 includes a super run-down, not the least of which is using reward stickers to "trace" shapes. The entire post is REALLY worth checking out! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see

    • Jessica McKay

      Tracing shapes with it! Fine motor skills

    • Heidi Lloyd

      Learning Shapes: Use any tracing worksheet and small stickers to help fine motor skills

    • Sil Carneiro

      Sticker Fun - simple, fun but very good for fine motor skills. For on the go draw shapes on index cards and place in your busy bags. Great idea from ABC and 123: a Learning Cooperative.

    • Becca Bishop

      Fine Motor Skill Activities for Toddlers/Preschoolers

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