Explore Foam Letters, Fine Motor Skills, and more!

Fine motor letter practice and easy to make letter sticks

Discovery Kidzone Montessori Adventures: I made these letter sticks from tongue depressors and foam letters. In this work they choose a letter stick then build the letter with the beads.

itty bitty love: Montessori - Practical Life. Scissor practice, cutting along the lines on paint chips!

Teaching multi skills by cutting paint samples.easy way to introduce cutting on a line. Also good because they are a little firmer than plain or construction paper so it's easier to hold them with your non-cutting hand.

Fine Motor Skill Activity: Pass the objects through the holes without knocking them down/touching the sides.

Fine Motor Skill Activity: Pass the objects through the holes without knocking them down/touching the sides. - GREAT ALSO FOR TEACHING THROUGH! As well as different forms of negation - Don't knock it down, can't let it touch the sides, etc.

A simply DIY game, able to be differentiated- can identify letter to keep stick, can identify sound to keep stick, or can find upper-lower case matches to keep. Object: end up with the most sticks.   :)

Bang!...the Letter Identification Game and It's 3 Variations

A simply DIY game, able to be differentiated- can identify letter to keep stick, can identify sound to keep stick, or can find upper-lower case matches to keep. Object: end up with the most sticks.

Pre-Writing - develop fine motor, wrist strength and hand eye coordination with the list of activities in the post.

Get Ready To Write Activities (No worksheets!)

Early fine motor development is soooooo important! Pre-Writing - develop fine motor, wrist strength and hand eye coordination with the long list of activities listed in the post.

Teach your child how to hold  a pencil correctly

Correct Pencil Grip

Teach Your Child How to Hold a Pencil Correctly. These are some great "tricks" to use in helping children learn how to hold a pencil!

Learn how to hold a pencil correctly and how to teach a child to hold a pencil correctly with an easy, fun alligator trick.

How to teach a child to hold a pencil correctly: The Alligator Trick

How to teach correct pencil grip - with the fun alligator trick! Good advice for me to use with my kindergartener & for her little red headed sisters!

Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy... without the mess! Again, just a picture no link but so worth sharing this GREAT idea.

Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy. without the mess! Again, just a picture no link but so worth sharing this GREAT idea.

Foster good handwriting with rainbow writing. Rainbow writing develops kinaesthetic awareness and memory, skills needed for good handwriting. "The problem with dot-to-dot tracing is that it does not encourage the learner to see the writing of each letter as one complete movement. This limits kinesthetic awareness and memory over time. "

Good Handwriting: Using Rainbow Writing

Foster good handwriting with rainbow writing. Rainbow writing develops kinaesthetic awareness and memory, skills needed for good handwriting. the-weekly-kid-s-co-op

Do you have a surplus of scrapbooking alphabet stickers or know someone who does? Then create a letter recognition alphabet book! Toddlers, preschool students, and even Kindergarten kiddos will LOVE looking at all the different fonts that are out there! If you can find bumpy stickers and other textures, they'll love it even more!!

Letter Recognition & FUN

Create a letter recognition book from leftover scrapbooking stickers. Students will love looking through all of the different fonts, styles, textures, etc! Could add in sight words beginning with each letter/pictures of words beginning with each letter

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