Preschool Fine Motor Starter Kit for Teachers
Welcome to Ready Hands for Kindergarten! You are in the right place for all things fine motor.
So many teachers don’t even realize that a student is struggling with fine motor skills until those skills are challenged with greater demands (like name writing or using scissors).
But it’s been my experience that most preschoolers could benefit from some extra practice to boost their fine motor skills, especially in this age of technology. Children’s hands just aren’t getting the daily exercise needed for developing good fine motor skills.
Of course, with improved fine motor skills comes greater independence and confidence to tackle new tasks. It’s a beautiful thing to see children growing and flourishing. You just need the right resources to help them along the path.
This introductory guide is meant to start you on that journey, with…
- some tips for how preschoolers learn
- fine motor developmental milestones
- scheduling tools
- kindergarten checklist
- ABC coloring pages
- lots of tips for turning basic coloring pages into developmental tools
- number play dough mats.
Continue the Fine Motor Fun With One of Printable Activities Collections
Perfect for things like morning routine, table time, one-on-one instruction, stations, group work, send home activities and more…