This cute craft is inspired by juggling and provides excellent fine-motor development as kids practice making circles. What fun!
This free-form geoboard allows children to make shapes, patterns, numbers and letters, or even weave leaves and twigs though the […]
Kids will develop their fine motor skills while having fun with this baseball lacing craft. It’s an activity they’ll want […]
Cut shapes from felt, then use them for a game that keeps toddlers entertained while strengthening their fine motor skills. […]
Lacing cards are the perfect way for toddlers and preschoolers to develop find motor skills. This post provides you with […]
Create some amazing 3D art with pipe cleaners and plastic canvas. The materials can be used over and over!
Use this fun art technique to make drip paintings and work on fine motor skills. A fun way to spend […]
Make your own mini weaving looms from popsicle sticks and have fun weaving old scraps of fabric, yarn and ribbons!
These printable gumball machines can be used four ways. There are blank gumballs (good for fine motor skills), gumballs with […]
Reinforce pattern learning with these quirky bead snakes. Fun for little fingers to string beads onto pipe cleaners – plus […]
Kids learn colors and work their fine motor skills by sorting various colored fruit loops on pasta. Edible crafting that’s […]
Cute crocodile clothespins that can be used for preschool counting practice and number recognition. Could also be adapted for older […]
Make a fun color sorting game that works on fine motor skills. Using a recycled container and straws you can […]