June 24, 2019

Trending Preschool Fine Motor Ideas

Today we have five new trending Preschool Fine Motor Ideas that is worth trying out. The first one is called the Clothespin Color Matching Activity. The second one is called the Magna-Tile Colour Sorting Boxes. The third activity is called the Sticker Lines Fine Motor Activity. The fourth activity is called the Colorful Popsicle Fine Motor Craft. And the last activity is a video about different Fine Motor Skills Activities. Hope you like it!


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Clothespin Color Matching Activity
Summary

Activity:


Clothespin Color Matching Activity

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


Instead of buying toys and activities that your child with outgrow, clothespin color matching is an easy-to-make project that can benefit your child’s development. Toddlers and preschoolers in the prime stage of learning colors, and this activity encourages visual discrimination by matching.

In addition, toddlers and preschoolers are learning to use their hand muscles in complex ways. They want to squeeze, pull, grasp, and pinch everything!

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Magna-Tile Colour Sorting Boxes
Summary

Activity:


Magna-Tile Colour Sorting Boxes

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


May require some purchases like:

- Magna-Tiles Clear Colors 100 Piece Set
- Squeeze Pouch Caps
- Learning Resources Jumbo Tweezers

Summary:



Here is a fun and easy colour sorting activity for toddlers and preschoolers. It’s a fun activity that is part STEAM, part fine motor practice and part colour recognition! Grab all the square pieces from your Magna-Tiles set and the items you want your little one to colour sort. For this activity, you can use pom poms, foam letters and numbers, small cars or anything you choose!

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Sticker Lines Fine Motor Activity
Summary

Activity:


Sticker Lines Fine Motor Activity

Best for Ages:


+2

Materials:


Items likely found at home but may require some purchases

- Dot stickers
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White butcher paper
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Giant sharpie marker
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Tape (I use blue painter’s tape)


Summary:


I’ve said it 1000 times: activities do not have to be complicated to be amazing. They don’t have to take hours to prep. They don’t need boatloads of supplies. Simple activities – like sticker lines – are some of the best activities out there.

Dot stickers are magical. Dot stickers are perfection. Dot stickers are absolutely the stuff activity dreams are made of. First, they’re versatile. Second, they’re easy and quiet. Third, they have a LONG life span.

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Colorful Popsicle Fine Motor Craft
Summary

Activity:


Colorful Popsicle Fine Motor Craft

Best for Ages:


+3 

Materials:


Items likely found at home


Summary:


One of the first things my kids think about as soon as the weather warms up is popsicle! So we just couldn’t help but make this fun, colorful popsicle fine motor craft. There is a lot of fine motor work involved in pulling, grasping, and sticking the brightly colored tissue paper squares onto the paper. Use these to decorate a bulletin board, string them onto yarn for a colorful garland, or attach magnets to the back to brighten up the fridge! There’s so many ways to use them.

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Fine Motor Skills Activities
Summary

Activity:


Fine Motor Skills Activities

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home but may require some purchases

Summary:


It's very important to develop kids' motor skills. And I've got plenty of awesome hacks and crafts for you to do it! First one, busy board for toddlers. It's highly multifunctional, so we're gonna need many objects to make it. Torch, ropes, little wooden door, couple of wheels, old telephone handset and light switch. Everything to keep your child busy and happy! 🙂

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