Tag Archives: Fine Motor Skills

Winter Sensory Activity: Ice Cube Painting

Here is a fun way to explore ice this winter as a sensory “craftivity” with your kiddos! [Source:  First Palette.com] Materials Ice cube tray Small plastic bowls Plastic spoons Food coloring Scissors Sketch paper Craft sticks or disposable ice cream … Continue reading

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Free Winter Snowflakes Printable and Great Ways to Use It!

[Source: No Time for Flashcards] For years I rarely used a single printable for preschool, but that was back when I had no kids of my own ( aka extra time), had a very high classroom budget, and didn’t really … Continue reading

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Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Winter

[Source: Your Therapy Source] We are back again with a new color, cut and glue project.  This time it is for Winter!  Download the Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Winter.  The black and white printable activity pages encourage children to … Continue reading

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Neuronal Circuits for Fine Motor Skills

[Source: Medical X-Press] Writing, driving a screw or throwing darts are only some of the activities that demand a high level of skill. How the brain masters such exquisite movements has now been described in the journal Nature by a team of … Continue reading

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Paper Plate Noise Maker for New Year’s

[Source: Kix Cereal] Shake things up at celebrations with a fun, easy paper plate noisemaker you can personalize for the occasion! Whether it’s a family gathering (complete with all-generation dance party) or the New Year’s countdown, these inexpensive party favors … Continue reading

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