November fine motor task boxes are perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. Use these fine motor activities as busy bins, for early finishers, or as morning tubs. There are 10 activities that easily fit into 4 x 6 storage bins!
-Cutting Lines- Practice scissor skills by cutting along each line.
-Count and Clip- Identify each number. Clip other representations of the number (tally marks, ten frames, counting pictures).
-Build a Letter- Build each letter (uppercase) with Snap Cubes.
-Clip a Letter/ Beginning Sound- Use alphabet clips to clip each letter or beginning sound for the word.
-Owl Colors- Sort colors by attaching beads onto pipe cleaners.
-Sticker Letters - Fill each letter (uppercase, lowercase, and sight words) with stickers.
-Counting Pizzas- Use tongs to count pepperoni (buttons/pom poms) onto each pizza.
-Play Dough Mats- Create each pattern with play dough.
-Letter Mazes- Practice prewriting skills by completing each maze.
-Spin and Cover- Use tongs or tweezers to cover the correct number.
For a year of fine motor task boxes, check out the Fine Motor Task Box Bundle.