Amanda Epp I would use Geoboard- Alphabet matching with my students. This would be a fun and cool way to develop fine motor skills as well as learning how to match capital letters with the correct lowercase letters.
Fine motor activity with beads and feathers. This works on so many developmental skills~pincer grasp, bilateral hand coordination, visual scanning, eye-hand coordination. And learning components, too. (Sugar Aunts) by hattie
20+ Simple Hands On Activities That Help Build Fine Motor Skills
Simple Hands-On Activities That Help Build Fine Motor Skills - with fine motor skills going missing at preschool, try some of these hands-on invitations to help strengthen fine motor skills you clever monkey
(work on writing) This free printable tracing lines busy bag for preschoolers is a great introduction to writing. Preschoolers will have fun tracing the lines and practicing their fine motor skills.(work on writing)