Fine Motor Activities for Toddlers

  1. Fine motor skills engage the smaller muscles in the hands and fingers so a child can grasp, hold, grip and pinch. For example, picking up food, holding a pencil or buttoning up a shirt all involve fine motor skills.

Children develop fine motor skills so they can learn how to look after themselves and, eventually, to write.

 

 

1. Tracing with Stickers

2. Straw Beading

3. Grain Sorting

4. Pompom Whisk Activity

5. DIY fish skewing Activity

 

6. Peg Placement

7. Transfer fish with Strainer

8. Dinosaur Rescue (Cutting Activity)

9. Fine Motor Lacing Activity

10. Sand Tray

 

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