Use this set of 30 colored line squiggles to develop fine motor dexterity and strength. These activities encourage kids to poke, draw, and/or imitate and recreate.
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• 30 different squiggles
• Data chart
How do you use these in the classroom or home setting? Print in color on regular paper. Place paper on Styrofoam or soft surface. Use toothpicks to trace the line and ”push” holes along the colored lines. Use colored toothpicks to add color matching to the skill.Print and laminate. Student uses a dry erase marker to trace the line. Use colored dry erase markers to add color matching to the skill. (TIP – Print 2 squiggles to one page to create half-sheet size tasks. OR Print 4 to one page to create task-box-size tasks.)Print in color on regular paper. On a blank sheet of paper, student uses hand-eye coordination to recreate the squiggle. Draw in pencil and trace with crayons or markers to add color matching to the skill. (TIP – Print 50% of size to leave room for student to draw on the same paper as the squiggle OR Print 2 squiggles to one page to create half-sheet size tasks. OR Print 4 to one page to create task-box-size tasks.)
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