Fine Motor Kits

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Renee Dooly
Grade Levels
K - 1st
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30 pages
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Each year I have students who struggle with their fine motor skills. I believe many kids these day are often more into screens than building, crafting and so many other tinkering activities.  In the classroom, many teachers are feeling the push for academics so fine motor building activities are not always happening in the classroom either. I decided to put together some fine motor kits that will hopefully give my students the opportunity to build their fine motor muscles. 

This pack is full of ideas that I put together for my kids. Feel free to gather the same tools, or make up your own. There is an editable component to this pack, so you can tailor it to your needs.

*This pack includes:
Directions and ideas for the kits
Labels with pictures for each kit
Labels for storage
Line tracing cards

**This pack DOES NOT INCLUDE the actual kits pieces (i.e. tongue depressors, rubber bands, tweezers, etc). You need to provide the kit components. This is an organizational pack.

Read more about these kits here.

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30 pages
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