Discover and save creative ideas

    how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec?--) so fun! great for fine motor development!

    • Julie Messer

      how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. fine motor skills! Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

    • Carol Manning

      Stacking Cheerios is a great activity for building fine motor skills! As another plus, I don't have to be afraid if any kiddos decide to give them a taste :)

    • Rae P

      Yes this was posted for a toddler activity! But this is a great Fine Motor activity for rehab!

    • Kimberly White

      Help develop fine motor skills by stacking cheerios on thin spaghetti noodles.

    • Lindsay Ryan-Ballard

      Fun fine motor activity. Have kids stack Cheerios on spaghetti noodles.

    • Molly Begnaud

      how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec? Cute kids game!

    • Linda Stoltzfus

      How many Cheerios can you stack? #finemotorskills

    • Darcy Jackson

      Toddler game using fine motor skills

    People also love

    Pasta Threading - a fine motor activity for toddlers

    Fine motor skills

    cars + markers = fun!

    fine motor skill activities

    This would be a fun idea for kids! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched toilet paper rolls.

    Fine motor activity

    Teaching colors- a great way to teach colors and counting with this hands on activity.

    Toilet paper rolls, egg cartons and tape - all you need is a few recyclables for this fine motor pom pom play! (via Teach Me Mommy)

    Water spray bottle painting w/stencils, great for working those fine motor skills

    What a cute fine motor activity!

    Magnet fine motor skill activity, montessori inspired

    This is AWESOME! I want one of these! Man...I need to get busy!! The kiddos would LOVE this.

    Locks & Latches Fine Motor Board

    The Ultimate Guide to Hands On Toddler Activities - Brittany Estes--- This could also work for pre-math skills. Which shape has more or less?

    Check out this game for kids! Perfect for all day participation. Fine motor skills too

    Activities to help develop fine motor skills in a 2 year old

    Mini felt clothes could be fun for the kids while I do laundry.

    beading with cut up straws

    Great for number recognition and fine motor!

    Children use the tongs to pick up the colored pom poms and drop them into a bottle. This activity is good fine motor practice and hand-eye coordination.