My preschooler loves working with her hands. And I love for her to build those valuable fine motor skills before she starts back at school. I love making our activities seasonal or tied into some sort of holiday, and I don’t want my preschooler to be left out! This time, we’re focusing on spring activities and easy ways to boost fine motor skills. These spring fine motor activities are the perfect thing to add to your spring them at school, home, or at a home preschool!
My kids love these ideas and I can’t wait to try them out as soon as the weather warms. I know we’re going to have tons of fun with these springtime fine motor activities this year.
Spring Fine Motor Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
These spring fine motor activities are so much fun for little ones, and they are building valuable hand skills at the same time that will help with writing later on.
Schooling a Monkey – Rainbow Bead Necklace
Schooling a Monkey – Egg Crate Flowers
Schooling a Monkey – Paper Cutting
I Heart Crafty Things – Yarn Wrapped Spring Tree
Craftulate – Scissor Practice Flowers
Powerful Mothering – Beaded Flowers
Modern Preschool – Bee Pollen Counting Activity
Toddler Approved – Paper Plate Flower Craft
Pre-K Pages – Raindrop Suncatchers
School Time Snippets – Bunny Tails Color Matching Activity
Hands On as We Grow – Pull Up the Carrots Fine Motor Sensory Tray
And Next Comes L – Spring Mirror Drawings
Buggy and Buddy – Spring Sensory Play with Colored Sand
B Inspired Mama – Kids Spring Sewing Project
The OT Tool Box – Spring Robin Counting Activity
Natural Beach Living – Ladybug Math – Count and Clip
Best Toys 4 Toddlers – Fun with Flowers Spring Busy Bag
Mom Inspired Life – The Very Hungry Caterpillar Play Dough Invitation to Play
From ABCs to ACTs – Pollen Transfer Fine Motor Activity
Sorting Sprinkles – Pulling Carrots (for Finger Strength)
Pre-K Pages – Button Flowers Fine Motor Activity
The Kindergarten Connection – Color Matching Flowers
No Time For Flash Cards – Planting Flowers Fine Motor Tray
More Spring Activity Ideas
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