Looking for fresh fall fine motor activities for preschoolers, pre-k, and kindergarten students? With fall just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to bring some autumn vibes into your classroom or homeschooling routine. There are so many ways you can explore the season, from studying pumpkins, apples, and leaves to fully embracing the changing weather. Keep reading for fun ideas to make your fall unit a huge hit with your little learners! I’m sharing my favorite ideas for strengthening small muscles and so much more!
Apple Pie Recipe Tray
Here’s a fun and interactive way to practice counting up to 10 with apples! This apple recipe tray activity involves selecting a recipe card and counting the number of apples, sugar, and cinnamon required. It’s a great addition to apple math centers or fall fine motor activities for preschoolers, pre-k, and kindergarten.
Pokey Pin Art
The Fall Fine Motor Pack activities are thoughtfully designed with preschool and kindergarten students in mind. These fall themed fine motor activities are fantastic for centers, morning tubs, early finishers, or Montessori trays. They are easy to prepare and require common classroom supplies that are usually available in early childhood education and at-home learning environments. Check out my Amazon shop if you’d like to see my favorite materials.
Tear Art Crafts
Tear art crafts are some of my favorite fine motor activities! Great for working on strengthening finger muscles, concentration, and coordination! Students tear paper and glue it onto the printable fall tear art template.
Q-Tip Painting Fall Fine Motor Activities
If you’re looking for simple fall crafts you’ve got to try q-tip painting! Kids LOVE using paint and with these fun fall images to paint, your students will have a blast while also improving their fine motor skills. And the best part? These worksheets require no additional effort on your part, making them a hassle-free addition to your fall lesson plans.
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