School Readiness Skills Park Kit activity cards March 26th, 2019Mary & Suzanne
4 Weeks of fun fine motor and sensory motor activities for your kids.
Each week has a summer related theme and consists of 2 fine motor activities, a writing prompt, a visual motor activity, and a couple of activities that provide sensory input and work on motor planning skills.
Suggestions for grading activities can be found in several activity descriptions.
The packet promotes fine motor, sensory, and handwriting skills.
Fine Motor Activities
Consists of multi-step direction activities designed to develop and promote fine and visual motor skills, motor control skills, hand strengthening, and bilateral coordination. Each craft activity provides a list of materials, skills being addressed, step-by-step directions, and print outs. The worksheets include a maze, line tracing, matching, and other activities that promote visual perception and motor coordination.
A variety of sensorimotor activities that promote motor planning skills and provide sensory input. Each activity lists the materials to be used, skills being addressed, and step-by-step directions. Some of the activities include print outs as well.
Worksheets that provide writing prompts related to our “Back to School” theme. Each writing prompt has a page with single lines or double lines to support legibility.
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