Pasta Threading - a fine motor activity

Pasta threading activity for toddlers

Cheerios work too. Simple pasta threading activity for toddlers to do using play dough and straws. Great for fine motor development and hand/eye coordination. Lots of fun too.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes.  In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green.  Cut a circle from the center of each apple.  Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.  Collect small objects in colors that match the apples.  Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.

sorting, fine motor

Pompom Tong Transfer: Use tongs (chopsticks or a clothespin) to place each pompom into a circle that is the same color as the pompom / The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

Fine Motor Fun! Snowman Snowball Game. Promotes isolated finger movements, Hand strengthening, visual motor coordination skills.  Visit pinterest.com/arktherapeutic for more #finemotor ideas

Game to strengthen fine motor skills: Snowman Snowball Game - Could change target for different holidays/seasons/etc -pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Sensory Steps

Living Creatively: Sensory Steps - what a great idea for inexpensive sensory play - I hate cutting cardboard, so I think I'll try using paper/plastic plates instead!

Kid made giant maze - so fun. Great as a part of a series of a challenge. The children could make this in an art session too

From maps to mazes and amazing teamwork

Kid made giant maze - so fun. Great as a part of a series of a challenge. The children could make this in an art session too Maybe use straws so easy to cut the length

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