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Make the Mr. Potato Head the same as in the picture - awesome since we have the Mr. Potato Head safari and you can do some crazy things! ... Also in this post, peel, and cut your own banana for snack - haven't had my kids slice their own bananas but that's great (nearly) risk free cutting practice, which Gwenna is really into right now.

Fine Motor Skills that Help Develop Writing (from Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog)


How To Build A Bicycle Generator

Another option of a power source would be bike powered. The picture above shows how this would work. The wheel would spin and the chain would move this would cause the motor to charge.

from Therapy Fun Zone

Making it Fun With Munchy Ball

I pick up a little girl from her classroom (well call her Emily), so that I can do a fine motor evaluation, and this is the first time that she has met me. I tell her who I am and what we will be doing and we head off to do our work. Emily does some wr

This kick the cup alphabet activity is perfect for your ball theme lesson plans!

from I Can Teach My Child!

Christmas Tree Ball Sort for Toddlers

The Christmas Tree Ball Sort for Toddlers is a great way to keep your toddler busy (and away from the big tree) while learning to classify based on color!

from Modern Preschool

Ice Cream & Sprinkles Alphabet Writing Practice

Free printable ice cream alphabet cards for this super simple writing tray filled with sprinkles! Practice pre-writing and fine motor skills.

from The Jenny Evolution

How To Tie a Shoe Step By Step Tutorial the OT Way

How to Tie a Shoe the OT Way - Step by Step Tutorial | The Jenny Evolution

Great for fine motor control! Trace the shapes with beans or small manipulatives to make designs.