These 11 fine motor summer activities help students develop their small muscles which control the hand, fingers and thumb. They help little hands to develop dexterity and strength which they need in order to learn how to write. These activities do not have any words so they can be used in any language (French, English, Spanish, etc). They are great for kindergarten and preschool students (& first graders who need a little extra fine motor practice).
What is included:
→ Page 1: Trace the Line
→ Page 2: Cut the line
→ Page 3-8: Letter Formation & Number Formation- Use with chalk and chalkboard, dry erase markers, sand tables, etc.
→ Page 9-10: Number Squares- Punch a hole, add a pipe cleaner, have student add the same number of beads to the pipe cleaner
→ Page 11-12: Maze Challenge & Answer Key
→ Page 13-15: Number Clip- Put these circles out with clothespins or paperclips and have student clip on to the black dots
→ Page 16-18: Letter and Number Punch Cards- Students say the number or letter as they use a hole punch to make holes
→ Page 19: Needle and Thread- Punch out holes and have students use a needle and thread or yarn to weave
→ Page 20: Scissor Practice- Cut out the pictures on the dashed line
→ Page 21: Use a thumbtack on cork board or a carpet to pierce the dots around the picture.
→ Page 22-24: Fill in the missing holes with pompoms.
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