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Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved! What is included and why do I need this? Leveled line tracing activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work. Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages. How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets? The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the file from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet. What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder? You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the file from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice. Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes a link to download the file from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder. Connect with me: • Newsletter • Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Don't forget about the green ★ to follow my store to get notifications of new resources and freebies! Thanks for Looking and Happy Teaching!

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A complete Quiet Book dedicated to helping kids develop fine motor skills! We've compiled our most loved quiet book activity pages that focus on motor skills development in toddler and preschool aged kids. These Montessori style activities are designed to inspire kids to practice using those all important hand muscles in a fun and challenging way. Its an invitation to play and learn at the same time! Give your toddler, preschooler, or kindergarten aged kid a chance to hone their motor skills with these fun and interactive activity pages designed to build dexterity in their little fingers.Plus, all of these activities are contained in one easy to grab-and-go felt book, so kids can play/learn at home, in the car, or anywhere they need to wait, its the perfect screen-free alternative to pass the time!This felt Quiet Book includes:⭐️ Your choice of Book Cover (Aqua, Pink, or Dark Blue)⭐️ Personalization- we'll put the childs name on the cover in rainbow colored beads⭐️ 5 Double Sided, Quiet Book Activity Pages that focus on Fine Motor Skills Development in 2 year olds, 3 year olds and 4 yr Old KidsThe Fine Motor Activity Pages included in this Quiet Busy Book are:Buckle, Snap, ZipColor Match TweezersLadyBug LacerShapes PuzzleI Can Spell my Name👉 PLUS there are bonus activities on the back of the page too! Each page includes an appliquéd felt letter for the child to practice tracing the shape (inspired by the Montessori Sandpaper Letters!) and also a phonics activity related to the featured letter. Combining the act of tracing and saying the sound can help make it easier for kids to remember!FAST, FREE SHIPPING for orders over $75!All orders ship out in 1-2 Business Days so you'll get it fast!🇨🇦 and 🇺🇸 orders usually arrive in 3-10 days.🎁 Send a very special gift to your favourite kids today! When you include gift wrap at checkout we'll also include a hand written note with a special message from you.

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Use this easy to prep torn paper activity to develop fine motor skills in your preschool, pre-k, TK, kindergarten, or occupational therapy classroom. *Please note that this is a digital product. You will be able to download the PDF file upon your purchase. Nothing will be shipped to you. Due to the nature of digital downloads, your purchase is not refundable. Kids are coming to school with less muscle control in their fingers and hands. Ripping paper helps kids build hand strength improve hand-eye coordination refine finger grasp. Completing fun paper tearing projects will help them build the strength needed to use scissors and control a pencil or crayon for writing. Inexpensive and Easy to Prep - Print a page, provide glue & some scrap paper to tear for a super easy paper tearing craft Keeps Them Interested - Includes a variety of images for all seasons and themes. There is something for everyone in this set. Perfect for both Boys and Girls - With 52 different images, plus 11 shapes you will find an image to motivate many kids. Distance Learning Packets - This low-prep project is easy to include in a send-home package for distance learning. The simple project is easy for parents to implement at home. Includes 52 Images - Projects for the WHOLE YEAR snowflake penguin mitten hat polar bear heart teddy bear shamrock rainbow egg Easter egg chick ladybug umbrella raindrops Earth flower sun leaves butterfly starfish fish shark ice cream cone apple banana pencil crayon tree leaf bat spider pumpkin corn gingerbread man tree wreath stocking candy cane Santa truck dump truck boat rocket airplane stoplight dinosaur pig cat dog duck cupcake Plus....Teach Shape Recognition with 11 Shapes circle square triangle rectangle star oval pentagon hexagon octagon diamond and rhombus crescent You can also use the activity pages for coloring pages build vocabulary painting and craft projects

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Enjoy free nationwide 3-5 business day UPS Ground shipping when supporting our family's small business. Fun fine motor skills toys that are used by occupational therapists for Toddler Toys and Adult therapy. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED; we offer superb educational toys and excellent customer service and if you're not totally satisfied with your purchase; we also offer a risk-free, No-Questions-Asked, 100% Money-back Guarantee! Click the orange button to order now! ✅ FIRST STEM TOYS for KIDS: Complete Plastic Nuts and Bolts building set for kids - 24 Pcs with 4 different shapes & 6 rainbow colors. The educational toys for toddlers can be used to introduce math and spatial reasoning for babies and toddlers. These are basic math manipulatives learning tools for kids, toddler counting toys, toddler learning colors and shapes matching game. The self correcting nature of these occupational therapy tools make them ideal montessori materials for toddlers. ✅ FINE MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT: Improves manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, color recognition and pairing, shape sorting, and the building sets for kids also increases attention and focus. The occupational therapy toys are great interactive manipulatives that can be used for toddlers as color sorting toys for 2 year old girls, as autism toys for kids to elderly patients looking for beneficial Alzheimer products or stroke rehabilitation. ✅ Create EDUCATIONAL TODDLER GAMES and activities with these nuts and bolts for a fun and exciting way to learn! Best toddler toys for boys age 1, 2 and 3. The construction toys for 4 year old boys and girls function as puzzles for toddlers 3 years and are great for the kinesthetic and visual learner. The nature of the screws lends themselves to sensory toys for autistic children. The toddler shape learning toys are also great toddler counting toys and Montessori Materials for preschool. Specifications:Educational Objective: Hand-Eye CoordinationItem Dimensions LxWxH: 9 x 8.4 x 0.2 inchesNumber of Pieces: 21This product is manufactured from overseas and sourced by a US supplier.

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Learning Resources Spike The Fine Motor Hedgehog Toy This Hedgehog lost his quills and only your little ones can help him get them back! Spike is a fine motor skills toy that helps kids build hand muscles and fine motor skills development as they replace the chunky, peg-shaped “quills” within the holes that dot the smiling hedgehog’s back. The learning doesn't end there—spike's colorful quills also lend themselves well to lessons in counting, sorting, and color identification skills. Kids can arrange quills by warm or cool colors, work on sequences and patterns by alternating colors, or count the quills with numbers printed on this fine motor toy for Toddlers. Once playtime is over, the Hedgehog is a snap to clean up—each piece is made of plastic that can be easily wiped clean, and the quills stow snugly inside the Hedgehog body. FINE MOTOR GAMES FOR KIDS: Build fine motor skills with chunky, peg-shaped pieces that fit to the back of this friendly hedgehog. Also use Spike as for occupational therapy exercises! DEVELOP: Colorful quills help kids build color recognition, sorting, and counting skills through fine motor skill games TOYS FOR TODDLERS: Now fine motor intrinsic toys come with easy to grasp pieces that are just the right size for little toddler and preschool hands to hold. Fine motor set includes 2-piece hedgehog about 6” in diameter, 12 quills, and activity guide EASY STORAGE: When playtime over the quills easily fit in the Hedgehog For toddlers ages 18 months+ Product Dimensions 9.1 x 9.1 x 3.9 inches Item Weight 9.6 ounces ASIN B078WM314M Item model number LER8904 Manufacturer recommended age 18 months - 4 years

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Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved! What is included and why do I need this? Forty-nine activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work. Varying ability level of mazes from easy to hard, perfect for your students to tier into. Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages. How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets? The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the files from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet. What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder? You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the files from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice. Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes 2 links to download the files from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder. Connect with me: • Newsletter • Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Don't forget about the green ★ to follow my store to get notifications of new resources and freebies! Thanks for Looking and Happy Teaching!

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Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved! What is included and why do I need this? Twenty-two fill in the blank hundreds chart activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work. One identify the numbers and 21 fill in the blank charts. Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages. How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets? The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the files from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet. What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder? You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the files from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice. Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes 2 links to download the files from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder. Connect with me: • Newsletter • Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Don't forget about the green ★ to follow my store to get notifications of new resources and freebies! Thanks for Looking and Happy Teaching!

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Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved! What is included and why do I need this? Leveled shape-tracing and shape-drawing activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work. Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages. How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets? The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the file from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet. What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder? You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the file from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice. Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes a link to download the file from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder. Connect with me: • Newsletter • Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Don't forget about the green ★ to follow my store to get notifications of new resources and freebies! Thanks for Looking and Happy Teaching!

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Are you looking for a differentiated, technology-based, easy to implement way to build fine motor skills with your students? Consider your problem solved! What is included and why do I need this? Get your fine motor practice on while also practicing alphabet letter identification for upper and lowercase letters, as well as sequential order of the alphabet. Two sets of activities that are ready for you to download on to your iPad or tablet, or print and laminate for binder work. Fine motor practice is essential to any student's ability to write, tie shoes, button buttons, zip up a coat or backpack... so many life tasks depend on fine motor skills. Help develop the skills with each of your students by using this differentiated set of shape-tracing activity pages. How do I put these activities on my iPads or tablets? The last two pages of the PDF you will download will explain how to retrieve the files from DropBox, as well as directions on how to download the files to your iPad or tablet. What if I want to print them out and put them in a binder? You can certainly do that too! I actually use both versions in my classroom. Simply download the files from DropBox, print, laminate, and add to a binder of any size. Use dry erase markers to practice. Please know that you will receive one PDF file in your download that includes 2 links to download the files from DropBox. This is the easiest way for you to access the files on your iPad or tablet, without having to unzip a folder. Connect with me: • Newsletter • Blog • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Don't forget about the green ★ to follow my store to get notifications of new resources and freebies! Thanks for Looking and Happy Teaching!

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