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Fine Motor Activities

Lacing

Lacing is a great activity to help build fine motor skills. Kids can start lacing at a young age and continue lacing for many years by using smaller beads. Lacing can either be done by lacing beads or by using lacing cards. You can also work on building academic skills while lacing by spelling words/names …Continue reading →

Pompom Pinching

Pompom Pinching is a quick and fun way to work on developing a pincer grasp. Materials Pompoms (order here) Strawberry huller (order here) Quart size Ziploc bag-zipper top is best for independence Bag label & picture icon & Container icon (download here) (optional) Safety/Important information If your child puts items in their mouth-closely supervise as …Continue reading →

Color Clothespins

Color clothespins is a quick and fun way to work on learning colors as well as building fine motor skills.