Activities for kids to help develop Fine Motor Skills

Feb 18, 2014

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Welcome back to TUESDAY TOTS

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This week we are showcasing

"9 Fine Motor Activities for Kids"

These great posts came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup and most are suitable for children aged from about 6 months up. When it comes to toys and activities to develop fine motor skills, you will find that you don't need to buy anything special. Here you will find a fun range of ideas and activities that you can make or put together yourself, generally using stuff you already have at home.

1. DIY Fine Motor Games from Learn with Play at Home

2. DIY Latch Boards from My Life of Travels and Adventure 

3. Cat in the Hat Pompom Transfer from Living Montessori Now

4. Threading station  from An Idea on Tuesday 

5. Cork Transfer activity from Happy Hooligans (plus 9 other fine motor ideas)

6. Pipe Cleaners on String from Learn with Play at Home 

7. Thumb tacks and corkboards from The Mommy Talks (this one more suitable for older toddlers/preschoolers)

8. Yarn Sensory Bins from Fantastic Fun and Learning 

9. Foil covered toys from Munchkins and Moms 

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BONUS POST! Each week we choose our favourite post from all the posts linked up and feature it over all 3 sites. Check out this week's featured activity by clicking the picture below.
***coming soon***

Now for the Tuesday Tots link-up

Be sure to check back on all the fabulous ideas that are linked up each week starting on a Tuesday.

(please read the guidelines before linking up)

Happy playing,
Debs :)

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  1. Thanks so much for including our yarn sensory bins today!

  2. I appreciate you sharing our foil unwrapping activity :) Lots of great ideas here!

  3. Thanks so much for featuring my threading activity. It is a great list!

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