Simple and easy math station to set up and use. This is a perfect center to help students practice reading numbers, counting and get valuable fine motor practice.
Letter X Activity - Adorable X-ray craft using black paper, white crayons, and cotton swabs
Clothespin for teaching pencil grasp
Velcro small toys to the outside of the bottle. Child removes them and inserts them into the container. Great for fine motor skills
Use the three finger grasp (thumb, index finger, and middle finger) to pick up the pom-poms with the peg. Great strength building to help develop a pincer grip (",)
Upper and lowercase matching game- love this for keeping Jacob sharp over the summer.
Feed the frog! Using tweezers or tongs will help your toddler or preschooler develop the fine motor skills needed for using scissors and writing! What a fun activity that uses materials you may already have at home! "Flies" can be made from pom poms or large beads or whatever you wish!