Help Kids Build Fine Motor Skills with Printable Activities


Working with kids to improve fine motor skills can help them learn to use tools, improve hand-eye coordination, become more independent, and feel more confident. Adding fun activities into kids' daily routines is an easy way to help them build the fine motor skills they need to succeed. Check out the four summer-themed fine motor skills printables from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences and download them all at the end to get started.

Sea Animals Coloring Printable 

Ice Cream Cone Grid Drawing Printable

Beach Trip Line Tracing Printable

Rainbow Placement Printable


Working on fine motor skill activities can be a fun way for many children to develop their fine motor skills. For children who continue to struggle, it may be helpful to work with an occupational therapist who can suggest further tools and activities to help them.




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