Month: March 2016

“I See Something Blue” Fine Motor Activity

This week, our friend Ilinca from the blog Grumpy Dumpling shares one her favorite classroom activities for practicing colors and fine motor skills.   Color recognition is an important skill that young learners need to practice. One way is to practice through hands-on activities that are fun and engaging. Here is an activity that my students… Read more »

The Eensey Weensey Spider Craft – Fine Motor Skills Craft

Act out The Eensey Weensey Spider with this Dramatic Play Set craft. Attach the pieces to clothes pins and a ruler to help kids develop fine motor skills and strengthen their hand muscles as they play along. They will have a great time as they work on the grip that helps when writing!