Fine Motor Activities: Work on fine motor skills with your kindergarten students with these hands-on and engaging centers. Using different materials, these fine motor activities are fun and inviting.
One of the most important skills I work on with my students throughout the school year is fine motor muscle strengthening. I set up a different fine motor center every week to reinforce this skill.
I not only want my students to work on their fine motor skills, but I also want them to know why they are doing it. I explicitly teach them about fine motor skills. They also learn about why these skills are important. When engaged in these activities, my students are able to articulate what they are working on and why.
I made this Activity Pack with this skill in mind. It makes it so easy to set up centers for your students. Everything is included, you just add the materials!
There are 40 activities to choose from, and they will take you through the school year. You can pick a new activity to do every week, or you can mix it up throughout the school year.
You can use different materials with these activities. I used pompoms, play dough, mini erasers, gems, paint, beads, clothespins and more!
I also made sure that they are working on other skills at the same time. There are counting, letter, sorting, shape, number activities, and more!
If this is something that you would like to try with your students, you can take a look at it in my store:
More fine motor activities
Take a look at my Cookie Cutter Fine Motors Activities post to get more ideas for your kindergarten classroom. If you want to know how I run centers in my classroom, make sure you go to My Ultimate Guide to Kindergarten Centers.
You can also see how I use add-ons in my sensory bins to reinforce fine motor skills in my 7 Non-Food Sensory Bin Filler Ideas blog post.
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