Locks & Latches Fine Motor Activity Board | Fine Motor Skills
Our Locks & Latches Fine Motor Activity Board is a free-standing activity board with a wide variety of common, day-to-day activities that require fine motor skills, finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.
Homemade Toy: Pushing Puff Balls
I’m pretty sure I got this idea from Children’s Learning Activities (though I can’t find the exact post). ETA: Manda just referred to this activity that I couldn’t find ear…
Baby bottle painting in preschool
Celebrating "Baby Day" Earlier this year, one of our mommies had a new baby and to celebrate with our new "big brother" we had fun with "Baby Day" in our class. Here's how we celebrated We had all kinds of play going on including some baby bottle painting.
4 DIY Baby and Toddler Toys for Motor Skills - The Imagination Tree
Use recycled materials to create 4 homemade toys for babies and toddlers! They are simple to make, cost very little to put together and are great for promoting fine and gross motor skills, concentration, curiosity and cause and effect, amongst other benefits. For Christmas I made this set of 4 exploratory toys for baby Bean...Read More »
Fine Motor Color Sorting Activity for Kids - The OT Toolbox
This fine motor activity is a super easy way to learn and play for kids. We’ve done plenty of activities to work on fine motor skills in kids. This straw activity is the type that is a huge hit in our house…it’s cheap, easy, and fun! (a bonus for kids and mom!) A handful of straws and ... Read more
something new at the preschool
I finally made it!! We now have our own tapestry table at the preschool. I have long been admiring the one I first read about at Amie's Sewing School. The beautiful one she has at her school was not only...
Easy Preschool Craft: Paper Plate Seashell — Local fun for kids
My son did this craft at school and it's one of my favorites. This activity is great for preschoolers because it's simple and allows children to sharpen their fine motor skills. You need 1) a hole puncher 2) a plain white paper plate and 3) scissors and 4) any color
Learning Letters with Pipe Cleaners | Make and Takes
Were using pipe cleaners to form learning letters today. It's the perfect activity for little ones learning the alphabet and beginning reading skills!