This handy resource helps young children develop fine motor skills necessary for learning how to read and write. For some children fine motor skills are easily learned. Art projects and paper and pencil exercises are viewed as fun and rewarding. For many other children, learning how to color, hold a pencil, cut with a pair of scissors, complete a maze, or even put together a puzzle can become an overwhelming task.
Sample activities include: reproducible lacing cards, stencils, clothespin games, finger plays, puppet patterns, scissor skills, coloring skills, tracing, tactile exercises, dot-to-dot pictures, mazes, and finish the picture.
Fine Motor Fun
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Format: Paperback Book
Grade P, K, 1
Topic: Teaching - General Guides to Teaching-Preschool