There are many fun and exciting ways to work on developing fine motor skills with kids. Here are a few ideas for fine motor activities for fall.
It’s my week to teach Sunday School and I’m working on a cute Mother’s Day project for the kids to make. They will be making a fingerprint tree and I am preparing by making custom colored ink pads. I sometimes like to make my own ink pads because I can’t find a large variety of ink pad colors in stores.
I had a bad experience with conversation hearts when I was a kid. After eating some of the classic Valentine’s Day confection, I happened to suffer from a stomach bug. So, for years I associated the little candies with being sick to my stomach. Years (okay….many years) later, I can finally eat them again. Not only do I like to eat them, but I
Using snowflake cutting templates is a great way to help young kids successfully create paper snowflakes. The templates also provide a great way to motivate kids to practice scissor skills Do you remember making snowflakes when you were a kid? I loved making them! I made LOTS of them. Cutting snowflakes can be a great way to help children practice using scissors. Many young children,