18 Fine Motor Centers
Need some motivating, easy prep fine motor centers for your Pre-K or Kindergarten? I’ve got you covered!
These hands-on activities strengthen hand-eye coordination, hand muscles and fine motor skills kids need for writing later. The 18 motivating activities are great to use as literacy centers, morning work or home school lessons.
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INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:
–> Monster Googly Eye Gluing
–> Q-tip Ten Frame Painting
–> Cupcake Counting Cards
–> Gumball Jar Game
–> The Flip and Draw Game
–> Paperclip Chaining
–> The Great Hole Punch Race
–> Lacing Cards
–> Scissor Cutting Practice Pages
–> Rainbow Tracing Sheets
–> Frog Hop Stamping
–> Salt Tracing
–> Clip Cards
–> Rolling Goldfish Game
–> LEGO Pattern Cards
“I used this set in my pre-k class for fine motor practice and the kids loved the activities.” -Gina O.
“Plan on using this with my little guy this summer so I know he is ready for school in the fall.”-Beth H.
“My students loved using the this resource during their fine motor time each morning. I loved that I just had to print and gather a few resources that I already had on hand.” – Adaptive SpEd
“This has been a lifesaver for me – I homeschool and the hardest part is keeping my toddler busy while doing school with my first grader. He loves these activities!” – Brooke F.
“I used these activities to keep my preschooler busy while I homeschooled his older siblings. He loved it and it gave me the time I needed to get through some lessons with my older kids.” – Jennifer J.