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  • Shady Oak Learning

    Little Hands, Big Work: Small Group Love the colored dots activity for letters!

  • Muncie Public Library

    Little Hands, Big Work. A website with activities for developing early literacy skills. The activity pictured is easy and great for fine motor skills - peeling off the stickers and good for kids not excited to get their hands messy.

  • Erin Hardey

    preschool blog-little hands, big work

  • Elizabeth Schmidt

    circle stickers fine motor activity... This would help your kids in Yellow Room who need help with their letters and fine motor skills, wouldn't it, @Tori Poor ?

  • Debra {"Our God Reigns!"}

    Pre K: develop fine motor skills - peel off stickers & cover the letter (I'd NOT make the letters look like bubbles as in this pict, I'd use straight lines & let child decorate.

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