Color Sorting Activity - The OT Toolbox
This color sorting activity with straws is a fine motor activity for toddlers and preschoolers that builds fine motor skills.
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Silly Straw Bead Threading Busy Bag
This Silly Straw Bead Threading Busy Bag is a great way for preschoolers to practice sorting by color and work on fine motor skills at the same time.
What's on the Tray? Aug. 22-26
Super Tot is 31 months old. Fruit Loop Color Chart Draw a circle on the chart indicating the correct color of each Fruit Loop. Count the totals when complete. Circles are the one shape Super Tot can draw right now, so I thought he would enjoy drawing circles, rather than coloring in the box. You could do it either way. Free printables are available below the photo. ~Fine motor, Color Recognition, Counting & Number Recognition~ FREE PRINTABLES (click on each and print landscaped) Top - Chart…
Yukari Sloane (Naka) on Instagram: “My kids were absolutely OBSESSED with this centre this week! Thank you @everythingfdk for the great idea! The tracing, colouring and…”
211 Likes, 15 Comments - Yukari Sloane (Naka) (@apinchofkinder) on Instagram: “My kids were absolutely OBSESSED with this centre this week! Thank you @everythingfdk for the great…”
20+ SIMPLE HANDS ON ACTIVITIES THAT HELP BUILD FINE MOTOR SKILLS
20+ Simple Hands-On Activities That Help Build Fine Motor Skills - with fine motor skills going missing at preschool, try some of these hands-on invitations to help strengthen fine motor skills | you clever monkey
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Very Hungry Caterpillar Fine Motor Activity
The Very Hungry Caterpillar hole punch activity is perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners to strengthen fine motor skills and practice book comprehension!