3 of 10 fine motor skills for babies and toddlers----"REALLY all this photo shows me is 1-his mommy drank a lot of wine 2-she never got those Pinterest wine cork projects done".-Amber =)

10 Fun Fine Motor Activities for Babies and Toddlers

For the Love of Learning: DIY Counting Activity - Simple & Educational

For the Love of Learning: DIY Counting Activity - Simple & Educational Love the idea of muffin tin inserts so that you can easily switch out the skill.

Teaching colors by practicing fine motor skills...the chopsticks may be complicated for most kids...

This would be a fun idea for kids and a great use for all those toilet paper rolls I can't throw away! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched toilet paper rolls.

Walk the line activity helps with gross motor skill development

2 Simple Tape Activities: What to Do with Just Some Lines of Tape

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes.  In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green.  Cut a circle from the center of each apple.  Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.  Collect small objects in colors that match the apples.  Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.

Fine motor skills need practice and learning numbers takes practice, so voila. I made some number lacing cards for my little guy.    You can download a PDF of these free 0-10 Lacing Cards from Google Drive here.    I printed ours on heavyweight cardstock...

Printable Lacing Cards: Numbers 0-10 (Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational)

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