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Great activity to encourage fine motor, motor planning and creativity.   Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Colorful pipe cleaner bead mazes

fine motor & finger strength - I think my guy will like making patterns with his colored pompoms

Good toddler activity, alexis loves to sort pom poms and we already have the ice cube tray from ikea, yay!

squishy marble maze for fine motor, sensory- tactile and visual perception

Squishy Marble Maze

squishy marble maze - gallon ziplock bag, duct tape, dish soap and marble - uh.well I did this but the duct tape doesn't hold up well with the dish soap. Oh well, some pins work and some don't

love the idea of using a sensory bag to work on fine motor skills. Sort the pumpkins, skulls, and ghosts into the right "goals"

sensory bag to work on fine motor skills. Sort the pumpkins, skulls, and ghosts into the right "goals"

Mo- Saisit de petits objets entre le pouce et l’index. Cl- Classe des images selon leur couleur. M2.1 a) Classifie les éléments d’un ensemble selon un critère (formes, couleurs, grandeurs, etc.)

Play Dough Color Match Learning Activity

Color sorting activity (and fine motor, too!) with play dough & paper clips. Picking up paper clips from a flat surface is a great way to work on fine motor skills!

cardboard maze 3

Cardboard Marble Maze

Fun activity to work on visual tracking, visual motor coordination, and general motor planning. by CrashFistFight

Five easy suggestions for helping kids learn to identify and be sensitive to emotions in themselves and others

5 Activities to Help Kids Develop Emotional Sensitivity

A while ago I attended a fabulous morning workshop by a lovely lady called Renee Lighton,  who encouraged us to set our children up for succ...

Learning basic sewing with a polystyrene plate, yarn, + plastic needle. I remember doing this with craft mesh when I was a kid and then graduating to sewing buttons by hand onto little pillows and pockets.

Tutus and Tea Parties: 7 Lacing Activities to Build Fine Motor Skills #kids #finemotor

Tutus and Tea Parties: 7 Lacing Activities to Build Fine Motor Skills Make your own lacing cards by tracing cookie cutter on cereal box, use paper punch to make holes.

Velcro small toys to the outside of the bottle. Child removes them and inserts them into the container. Great for fine motor skills

Attach small pieces of Hook Velcro to the bottle. Attach small pieces of Loop Velcro to small toys. The bottle& screw cap makes for nice storage. The child must stabilize the bottle while removing the toys to insert inside.

Feed the Frog is a fun way to practice counting, sorting, and fine motor skills with pretend play!

Week Science and Math! Skip counting w spiders! Feed the Frog is a fun way to practice counting, sorting, and fine motor skills with pretend play! My little girl had a blast pretending she was in a pond, giving treats to her amiable amphibian friend.

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