Kids love these hole punch activities. Use the printables to build fine motor skills, hand strength, and hand-eye coordination in a fun and exciting way.
When you let kids use a hole punch, they have fun AND have the opportunity to build strength in their little hands.
Hole punch activities are usually pretty motivating because kids love using hole punches. The printable hole punch activities featured in this post are included in my new Fine Motor Hole Punch Activity set in my store.
Hole Punch Strips
It’s fun to just give kids paper and a hole punch and let them create freely. You can also give them printables to provide extra motivation. Punching holes in the circles of the printables is also great for hand-eye coordination.
One of my favorite hole punch activities is also one of the simplest activities.
Kids can punch holes in the rows of circles in these strips of paper. The printable includes two options for different skill levels. If you don’t have the printables, you can easily make rows of circles on stips of paper with a marker or with dot stickers.
Use different colors of paper for more open-ended creative fun. There are many ways to use the strips.
- Staple a strip to make a bracelet.
- Attach multiple strips together to make a headband
- Combine strips to make necklaces.
- Use the stips as a counting activity (count the holes).
- Provide some ribbon for and make a lacing activity.
Do you need some decorations for your room? Put them to work creating paper chains.
Hole Punch Shapes
Draw shapes on brightly colored paper and let kids punch holes along the shapes. This is a great hands-on way to learn shapes.
Fine Motor Activities for All Seasons
In addition to the hole punch strips and shape printables, the fine motor activity set includes a variety of pages to use throughout the year.
From spring and summer…..
Your kids will enjoy these fine motor activities throughout the year.
Fine Motor Activities for Many Themes
Add tape or staplers to your activity set-up and kids can combine strips together……
….. or make them three dimensional.
Make Fine Motor Activity Boxes
Fill a photo storage box or plastic pencil box with a hole punch and some printables. Tada….you have a fun fine motor activity kit.
Do you have some kids who could use some extra fine motor practice? Send a kit home with them for the weekend.
Add a Contrasting Background
I love to add contrasting colored paper behind the hole punched image.
Provide glue sticks, paper, crayons, etc. Your kids will have so much fun creating that they won’t even know they are building muscles.
Purchase the Printables Today
Are you ready to help your kids build hand strength? You can purchase the Fine Motor Hole Punch Activity Set in my store. Click on the image below to check it out.