Fine Motor Skills Development

Fine motor skills are the coordination of small muscle movements in such areas as the fingers and hands.  These movements often operate in coordination with the eyes.  Children who exhibit deficits with fine motor skills may have delays when learning to color, use scissors, write, fasten clothing, hold utensils, and to complete activities that require left to right task orientation.  There are a number of fun and easy activities that you can engage a child in to target some of these issues.
Pre-K and K
Elementary (grades 1 - 5)
Secondary (grades 6 - 12)
Everyone (Pre-K - 12)
Art projects
How to draw
step-by-step guide pages
Dot art activity instructions
Marble painting activity instructions
Rubbing art activity instructions
String art activity instructions
Veggie art activity instructions

Click and color interactive pages
Toileting coloring pages
Dressing and undressing coloring pages
Clothing coloring pages
Body parts coloring pages
Grooming and hygiene coloring pages
Everyday activities coloring pages
Leisure activities coloring pages
Home coloring pages
School coloring pages
Food coloring pages
Behavior coloring pages
Emotions, health, and people coloring pages
Fire safety coloring pages
Street safety coloring pages
Days and weather coloring pages
Safety signs coloring pages
Summertime coloring pages
Holiday / seasonal coloring pages

Shape tracing printable sheets
Dot-to-dot letters A-Z printable sheets
Block and script letters A-Z printable sheets
Dot-to-dot numbers 0-9 printable sheets
Bubble activity for the pincer grasp
Create customized teaching aids for visual learners.