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Fall & Winter Fine Motor Activities
With chilly temps approaching – we will be spending more time indoors. Our friends at ABC Pediatric Therapy have helped us compile a great list of fall & winter fine motor activities you can do with your toddler!
All you’ll need is some non-toxic paint and paper! I love this one! It also makes a great keepsake or gift! I made a printable you can easily download here!
Create small tissue ball snowballs or you can usually find them ready to assemble at your local Dollar Tree. Grab a basket & there you go! This is a fun way to bring winter inside! You can toss them up in the air to then pick them all up and put them back in the basket. The opportunities are endless!
We just started watching the movie Frozen with Odie! This activity is inspired by the movie. It is so much fun and can be as easy or complex as you want to make it based on age. You’ll find the detailed instructions here!
Build A Snowman
Reuse those coffee creamer containers for this one! Draw a snowman face on the bottle. Set in front of toddler with cotton balls & show them how to fill the container to make a snowman! The perfect little winter activity to help your little one practice fine motor skills.
Playtime is a wonderful time to watch and observe for any developmental delays. I hope you are your little one enjoy these fall & winter fine motor activities. ABC Pediatric Therapy has so many developmental resources, including a guide to Your Child’s First Year – ABC Pediatric Therapy and Parenting with A Sensory Approach. For more information visit abcpediactrictherapy.com or click to contact with any questions: ABC Pediatric Therapy – Contact Us
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