Basic Shapes For Early Years Q Tip Painting Template Fine Motor Skills & Math
I designed this printable to use with my younger students to help them with fine motor control and shape recognition/understanding. I printed these sheets onto stronger paper (cartridge) so that could use nice, thick acrylic paints to complete the picture. I put a range of colors onto saucers with a supply of Q-tips/cotton buds and the students carefully dabbed the end of the tip into paint and then onto the little circles on their picture. The rest of the scene can be completed using the same paint, or when the dotty parts are dry, the sky and the ground can be colored with pencils/crayons/watercolour paint or whatever works for you.
This is a simple yet fun activity to help students with their concentration and fine motor skills. AND you don't have to wash any brushes! ;-)
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