Lelanie Zwarts
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Ice & rope experiment

Ice & rope experiment

Set up a super-simple fine motor activity for kids using pine cones and elastic bands! Great for strengthening those little hand muscles for writing.

Set up a super-simple fine motor activity for kids using pine cones and elastic bands! Great for strengthening those little hand muscles crucial for writing development later on, and good for concentration and hand:eye co-ordination too.

Fine motor skills

Have fun developing fine motor skills balancing marbles on golf tees in pieces of foam. Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Marbles and Golf Tee Game

Kids will get fine motor exercise while doing this fun alphabet activity!

We had so much fun with this blowing pom poms alphabet activity! For additional fine motor practice, we used a squeeze bottle to blow the pom poms.

Learning Delays when Your Child can't Cross the Midline | ilslearningcorner.com

Crossing the Midline: Learning Delays when Your Child can't Cross the Midline - Integrated Learning Strategies

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!

Midline Passing activity - work on crossing midline by passing an object between 2 or more participants.

Midline Passing activity - work on crossing midline by passing an object between 2 or more participants. This can get fun with multiple objects.

Bilateral activities -- locomotor skills, motor planning, spatial awareness

This bilateral activity works on spatial awareness, balance, motor planning, as well as gross motor skills.