Fine Motor Skills involve the use of precise and coordinated movements of the fingers to perform hand use tasks.
Spring Themed Home Therapy Packet
This packet includes activities for Speech Therapy, OT, and PT.Download File
What to Know & How to Develop Skills
This educational resource provides parent/caregiver with strategies to use at home. Includes Gross Motor, Fine Motor, and Speech Language performance areas.Download File
Bug Detective: What is Hiding in the Grass?
This color, cut, glue, and fold activity is the perfect tool to target a variety of skills.Download File
Rainbow Cutting Activity
2 Versions Included: (1) colored version or (2) have child color the blank version. Cut out and glue each colored strip vertically (hanging) behind the cloud.Download File
What are Fine Motor Coordination & Visual Motor Integration Skills?
This is the perfect educational handout to learn all about Fine Motor Coordination/Visual Motor Integration Skills and Academic Impacts.Download File
What to Expect & How to Help Develop Fine Motor Skills – 0-36 Months
This educational resource details fine motor skills in 3 month age ranges from 0 to 36 months of age. This is an amazing tool to use as a guide to learn what fine motor skills to expect, and how to help your child move to the next stage. Includes parent/caregiver informational handout how to use this resource. This resource is a must for Early Intervention therapists, and a great tool for parents/caregivers!Download File
Fine Motor Skills – FINGER & HAND STRENGTH
What to Know & How to Develop Fine Motor Skills - Preschool through School Aged Children. This resource includes what Parents/Caregivers need to know and activity ideas to enjoy with their child to promote development of Finger and Hand Strength.Download File
Craft Stick Shapes – Printable Cards
Print these Shape Cards on cardstock and/or laminate for durability. Using colored Craft or Popsicle sticks, the child must match the card to create the shape. Great for color and shape recognition! Includes Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Diamond, and Rhombus Shapes!Download File
Goldfish Matching Using Tongs!
Fine Motor Fun! Using Goldfish crackers, place the corresponding number of fish in each fish bowl. Can use colored gold fish to match colors in each fishbowl.Download File
Fine Motor Watermelon Craft
This is a great fine motor and bilateral coordination activity! “Watermelon Man” Using construction paper, rip up small pieces. Glue pieces on the top of the watermelon slice.Download File
Monster Dough Mat
Monster Dough Mats is a great activity you can use with dough to work on Fine Motor and Bilateral Coordination Skills. Follow the directions/instructions and roll out dough for the monster’s eyes, spots, and legs! A fun fine-motor activity!!Download File