Nina Willemse
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Fine motor skills - Threading straws onto shoelaces - Kindergarten

Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills. Kids practice cutting skills when they cut the straws themselves.

Throw paper balls at duct tape! Improves motor skills, and still so fun!

Halloween gross motor My boys would LOVE this! Sticky spider web - roll up pieces of paper (works on fine motor skills), then throw at the sticky spider web (gross motor skills) AWESOME IDEA!

Voor kindjes met geen fijne motoriek die toch graag tekenen

And the red car zooms around the corner leaving a lovely, solid line of orange marker. It looks like the beginning of another wonderful drawing courtesy of Speeding Markers. Make coloring crafts for kids even more fun.

Desarrollo Físico

Body outlines in the block center - great science & math connection (count the # of blocks needed) It would be fun to compare the difference in the # of blocks needed for an older sibling vs.

Visual motor activity. Child walks on a thin colored string. uses visual and motor abilities.

(large motor skill)A fun creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation).the list goes on!

Use this Paperclip activity to encourage fine motor skills in your toddler and preschooler with free printable from PowerfulMothering.com (makes a great busy bag!)

Everyday Fine Motor Materials P is for Paperclip. I love this as a tray activity for color matching and fine motor skills