Toddler fine motor skills activity. Place uncooked spaghetti in play-doh and let them stack the cheerios on.

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

painting like Michelangelo

painting like Michelangelo. Instead of just having sketching time- discover and study Michelangelo, how he hanged upside down while painting. This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

Toddlers will love the idea of shape hopping, call out the shape and color and the child's job is to find the shape and matching color. Great for large motor development and body and eye coordinations.

Color and Word Games {Toddler Approved This Week}

Cardboard boxes makes shape jumping even cheaper to do! You call out the shape & color & the child's job is to find the shape & matching color. Fun, active activity for large motor development & body & eye coordination.

Fun, easy, quick and invites child involvement on many levels! This would be a great activity for an indoor recess. The children could make the ring and decide what the game rules are.

This would be a great activity for an indoor recess. The children could make the ring and decide what the game rules are. Could be adapted to Spanish language lesson.write targrt word or sentence on each ring.

Blowing a pom pom along a line of tape AND walking the tape line.  Good practice for little ones.

2 Simple Tape Activities: What to Do with Just Some Lines of Tape

Fun Kid Activity: Lines of Colored Tape, straws and pompoms. Try straws and cotton balls. Adding the lines ups the challenge. Using pompoms allows you to adjust the size from tiny to pretty big. The pompoms are also nicer looking.

A Box with Holes and pipe cleaners: Using Pipe Cleaners for Fine Motor Development

Using Pipe Cleaners for Fine Motor Development

What a fun and colorful idea to use felt with crazy straws! Learn how on Powerful Mothering blog.

Fine Motor Skills with Crazy Straws

button snake - teach a child how to "button" great fine motor exercise. happy hooligans

fine motor skills are strengthened with a simple homemade button snake

button snake - fine motor activity for teaching buttoning skills (happy hooligans) what a great craft idea for camping trip . doesn't take up a lot of space and the toddlers love the twirly effect that the snake makes when done.


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