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Fine motor sticky dot fun... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles

Make your own color block puzzles! So fun for preschool and kindergarten color practice and logic play!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Sticky Learning: pom poms, contact paper, and masking tape.  Sort and learn words/concepts.

Sticky Learning

Learning Opposites Big and Little: Sticky Learning: pom poms, contact paper, and masking tape. Sort and learn words/concepts.

Finger gym

amount and number match Activity will develop physical - fine motor skills Cognitive- brain and numbers

At play with babies through sensory, science, and dramatic play...

Part two: Baby day in preschool

Following lines with manipulative :)

FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel) Mikayla Genwright PD k

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Finger Gym - pom poms and bath mats. (Inspired by Your Therapy Source) This is such a wonderful idea! Setting up a center like this in the classroom to address fine motor skills.

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