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Build with Me

This activity primarily addresses visual perception, hand-eye coordination, and visual-motor skills. These are foundational skills to writing tasks, and will give you insight on awareness of letter reversals.



DIY Abacus Counting Frame (Rack Rack)

Work on bilateral hand use, eye-hand coordination, and fine motor control by creating and playing with an abacus (counting frame) using paper rolls, pipe cleaners, and beads.






Make a Puzzle

This activity develops fine motor control (coloring within the lines of simple shape), attention to task and following of multi-step directions (following prompts such as “color the star yellow”), fine motor skills (cutting) and visual motor skills (putting puzzle together).







Fine Motor Marble Maze

A great way to work on fine motor skills (specifically finger isolation), visual-motor coordination, visual tracking, and bilateral coordination of the hands by creating a simple marble maze.





Marble Painting The American Flag

It’s all about using handy materials to enhance your child’s developmental skills in a playful and creative way. Create a marble painting of the American flag and promote bilateral hand use, eye-hand coordination, fine motor control, and visual motor.












TP Roll Snake

This activity works on multiple skills. The child will work on motor planning through a craft activity that has multiple steps. Painting with a brush or Q-tips will help develop grasp patterns, as well as work on visual motor skills. If using a tissue paper, the child can practice cutting skills by cutting small pieces and work on finger strengthening as he/she crumbles the pieces into little balls.






Clip the Kites

The activity is designed to develop and promote fine motor and visual motor skills, as well as to strengthen the finger muscles by manipulating school supplies.



Cut Me a Slice

This activity promotes the child’s cutting skills, visual motor skills and bilateral use of hands. You can have the child cut different shapes (straight lines, curved lines, circles, or squares) based on the child’s developmental stage and abilities.















Multi Step Shamrock

This is a fun visual motor craft for St. Patrick’s day. The activity has multiple steps, which works on the child’s motor planning skills, in addition to promoting fine motor and visual motor skills as the child traces, cuts, and glues the different materials. For this activity, it is recommended to use green, yellow, or gold objects (i.e pipe cleaners, tissue paper, green pasta, etc.)







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