Fine Motor Skills Worksheets:
Trace and Color -
Trace each shape. Color the shapes according to their labels. This worksheet helps students explore several different abilities at once.
A Kite -
Trace the lines to finish the picture. Color the picture. This helps you learn the concept of straight edges.
Slippery Snake -
Connect this guy with your favorite writing device. This works on arcs and circular pen or pencil motions.
Put all those curves together. We highly encourage you to use an erasable writing tool here.
Under the Sea -
Those crazy stingy jellyfish. They have a ton of cool shapes in the composition of their bodies.
In the Garden -
You've got to get your hands dirty. This is perfect when working on a spring time theme.
This Way! That Way! -
Trace the directionals. This is helpful for helping students better understand their local community.
At the Picnic! -
Was this guy invited? Have students tell a story about what is happening in this scene.
Fashion Sense -
Trace and then color up the dress. You may want to extend this to include a sentence writing activity.
The Octopus -
Give him a hand, he already has all the arms. They are one of the few sea creatures that scientists say can open child-proof pill bottles.
Stars and Stripes - A couple of new digs to the shape array here. A bit of a festive scene for you to work with.
A Summer Day - Trace the lines to see this summer treat. Color the picture. You can have them write a line about their favorite memory of this treat.
Who is Your Friend? - These guys sure can be friendly. You can explore the concept of friendship with students here.
At the Grocery Store - The cans you will find at a grocery store. Have students write their favorite department in a grocery store.
What's on Your Mind? - Are your thoughts bubbling to the top. Fill the bubbles with everything that is on your mind.