This is a quick block activity to promote fine motor skills for the toddlers that just loves blocks! Add in an everyday item such as your kitchen tongs, and it makes it fun and exciting to just pick up blocks!
Match up Scrabble letter tiles to candy hearts for a letter learning activity that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day!
The boys have been begging for a water activity lately. And seriously, I am just blank lately!
Since I shared a few gross motor activities to do last week on It’s Playtime, I thought I’d turn it around and focus on the little things, like a few fine motor activities.
Another toddler busy play activity!
Sidewalk chalk has never really been a hit here before.
A geoboard has been on my list of things to make for the kids for a long, long time. They’ve always seemed like such a great means to work on fine motor skills but yet letting the kids
A simple play prompt.
Play dough. Tees. Straws. And pipe cleaners added later.
The boys and I made play dough and I simply added these items to it.
It was a great sensory activity because the play dough was still even warm from making