Does your child need to practice their fine motor skills? You may think fine motor practice is just important for toddlers and preschoolers. But my Kindergarten aged daughter has been struggling in computer class because she is having trouble using the mouse, which is related to her fine motor skills. Clearly, these are important skills to master for all children. If you have a child that struggles with fine motor skills, here are 25 Fall Fine Motor Activities to keep your child having fun this season.
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There are a number of supplies that I love to have on hand for practicing fine motor skills. Eye droppers are great for squeezing up water. Kids Tongs can be used with pom poms and other small items. Pipe cleaners and styrofoam blocks offer a variety of fine motor uses.
1. Fall Leaves Fine Motor Craft from Simply Kinder
2. Turkey Baster Pom Pom Race from School Time Snippets
3. Stuffed Paper Apples from Buggy and Buddy
4. Fall Leaf Rubbing Activity from Golden Reflections Blog
5. Scrapbook Paper Turkey from Mess for Less
6. Fall Themed Cutting Skills Tray from Little Bins for Little Hands
7. Fall Play Dough Invitation to Play from Fantastic Fun and Learning
8. Fall Themed Invitation to Play from My Nearest and Dearest
9. Fall Lacing Activity from Stay At Home Educator
10. Leaf Sewing from How Wee Learn
11. Cut Punch Paste from Lalymom
12. Invitation to Pour Scoop Transfer from Sugar Aunts
13. Painting a Q-Tip Fall Tree from Mess for Less
14. Fall Fine Motor Skills: Scissor Cutting Practice from Pre-K Pages
15. Pumpkin Math Geo Pumpkin from Fun-A-Day
16. Fall Fine Motor Activity from Twodaloo
17. Woven Paper Pattern Placemats from Mess for Less
18. Fall Tree with Clay Leaves from Simple Fun for Kids
19. Pumpkin Play Dough Sensory Tray from The Eyes of a Boy
20. Tissue Paper Art Fall Tree from Fantastic Fun and Learning
21. Under the Fall Tree Small World from Buggy and Buddy
22. Fall Forest from Twodaloo
23. Sticky Fall Tree from School Time Snippets
24. Leaf People from Mess for Less
25. Fall Tree Decorating from Golden Reflections Blog
What are your favorite ways to have fun with your kids in the Fall? Leave me a comment and let me know.