Donna Mitchell
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Child can manipulate play dough into letters, numbers, and balls to improve their fine motor skills. Playing with play dough requires children to use both hands to roll, squeeze, and shape the dough.


BUILDING SHAPES Building of any kind is always a great activity for fine motor, but if you use mini marshmallows and toothpicks, your students’ little pincers will get an extra work out while they practice producing their shapes.


17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum – Differentiated Kindergarten

Ways to make fine motor engaging and academic.  These activities are especially appropriate for kindergarten classroom.

Fine Motor Skills - 17 Ways to Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum --Showing what they know without a pencil while building fine motor muscles.