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Fine Motor Skills
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Fine Motor Skills

The development of fine motor skills is an important part of early learning and there are many ways to promote fine motor skills through fun, playful, and interesting hands on activities. If you would like to learn more about Fine Motor Play then read this post: Every Day Fine Motor Play!

See the fine motor posts I have shared below...

Fun props for playdough

Adding props to playdough is just one more way to invite new interest in the playdough experience. Come and see a few of our props that we add to our playdough throughout the school year!

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One-inch sandbox play

This simple one-inch sand-play experience invites a different kind of sand play. Affordable and Simple to set-up and open ended too!

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The discovery of glue

For a two year old, the discovery of colored glue (or any type of glue) is quite a big deal. Come and learn more about our discovery of glue!

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The magic of tape

Somewhere towards the middle of the school year, I put all of our colored tape on a paper roll holder for our preschool class to use for a project that I can’t even remember. I hadn’t intended to keep the tape on the holder but my students used the tape every day in all different kinds of ways so when you have such interest, you stick with it…

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Gummy worm science

Yesterday, I shared with you how we used live worms to create a worm farm. Today, I’d like to tell you about our gummy worm science.

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