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  • Amanda Fontaine

    fine motor skills, marble, spoon, waterbottle--This could be done with other things than marbles but using a small mouthed bottle is a good idea.

  • Ces Hartman

    Fine motor skills: marble, spoon, and water bottle

  • Emi Medina

    #Occupational #therapy #O.T #T.O fine motor skills, marble, spoon, waterbottle

  • Therapeutic Resources

    - Spooning Marbles = fine motor activity to promote fine motor skill development & eye-hand coordination - from 30 Kids Activities & Materials for Promoting Fine Motor Skills | l Re-pinned by Therapeutic Resources - www.therapeuticresource.com

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