Name: Fine Motor Skills Training
Fine motor skill is the coordination of small muscles, in movements, usually involving the organization of hands and fingers with the eyes. Fine motor skills are achieved when individuals learn to use smaller muscles, such as muscles in the hands, fingers, and wrists. Individuals use fine motor skills when writing, holding small items, buttoning clothing, turning pages, eating, cutting with scissors, and with computer keyboards.
Play Dough (homemade or store bought)
Nuts and bolts.
Fine Motor tweezers
Fine motor tongs
Origami (paper folding activities)
Cooking and baking
Coloring books (with detailed designs)
Separate 2 types of candies
Use rubber bands as mini slingshots
Use chopsticks to pick up small pieces of paper
Sample Activity: Sorting pom poms
a muffin tins
pom poms in various colors -
Directions: Cut construction paper into small circles and place on bottom of muffin tins (construction paper colors will match the pom poms). Have the individual use tongs to pick up pom poms and place in the correct muffin tin that matches the pompom.
Nuts and Bolts
Paper / Construction
3.Ring Toss Games
13.Nuts and Bolts Toy