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Ideas for improving fine motor skills in Pre-K/ Preschool children.

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Ideas for improving fine motor skills in Pre-K/ Preschool children.

Welcome to another great week of the Fine Motor Fridays Blog Hop! I love Fridays and our chance to show off some great fine motor activities for kids happening over here! Hands-on play really facilitates fine motor skills work. Learn through play, practice through play, and develop life long skills through play! Fine Motor Skills for us is hand work, strengthening the hand muscles and working on finger grips/grasps that will prove so useful as he gets older!

: This Fine Motor Busy Bag involves matching colours by pressing and pinching the peg onto the matching coloured flower or button shape. It is a great activity for developing fine motors skills and coordination and also colour recognition.

Building blocks necessary to develop fine motor skills include:

  • Fine Motor Skills
  • You can tell there are problems with fine motor skills if the child:

    : This Busy Bag of Paper Clips and Colours is so simple to make and a fun activity children will enjoy completing. It is great for developing fine motors skills and coordination and also colour recognition.

    Cute, chunky shapes are easy for little hands to grasp. Match up the shapes and snap on the wings to practice shape recognition (circle, star, heart, square and triangle), colors and fine motor skills. Five 3-piece butterflies (heads, wings, bodies) measure (3 3/4″W x 2 3/4″H) when complete. Includes storage bucket. Ages 2+.