Fine Motor Skills Activities
Begin your Halloween countdown with a reading of Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. See our links below for the related video and some fun activities such as "The Little Witch" song and a batch of sensational witches' brew.
Here is a fun and easy way to prepare an Easter Bunny small world play area for your preschool children during Easter.
Use scissor skills worksheets, activities, and crafts of different complexities to help your children develop and strengthen the very same muscles which are needed to hold and control a pencil.
Before learning to write, it is important that children practice tracing and drawing with a pencil to gain basic pencil-control skills. Our preschool worksheets and pre-writing activities lead to the ability to form letters and numbers.
It's officially October which means children are getting excited about Halloween! We've wanted to share some our favorites Halloween activities and hope you and your children will have some monstrous fun.
Baking and making gingerbread cookies are part of the holiday celebrations and lend themselves to all sorts of sensory experiences. Make some gingerbread scented play dough together with your children. Then, let them have fun with the play dough on our gingerbread man and gingerbread girl play dough mats.
Children love to decorate Christmas trees. Provide a green felt Christmas tree and some small decorations and invite children to decorate their tree while practicing fine motor and sorting skills.
Research has proven that children learn through play. Fine motor skills, creativity, and play are the main focuses in this fun galaxy and space play area in which children explore space and our galaxy.
Focus Skills: fine motor skills, shapes, creativity
Children often learn best and retain the most information when they use their senses. Our fall-themed sensory activities will encourage your preschoolers and kindergarteners to use all five senses as they explore, create, play, and investigate.
Before learning to write, it is important that preschool children practice tracing and drawing with a pencil to gain basic pencil-control skills. These preschool pre-writing activities lead to the ability to form letters and numbers.
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