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Simple Fine Motor Centers: Fall

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11 Fall/Autumn themed fine motor centers for the special ed and self-contained classroom! Great for ALL levels: Differentiation tips are included for each center!
 
Simple Fine Motor Centers were created with your self-contained special education students in mind and are the perfect way to implement fine motor activities to your classroom in a structured way!
 
11 CENTERS INCLUDED:
Trace It: Trace the line
Punch It: Punch holes
Wrap It: Wrap yarn around shapes
Cut It: Cut the line
Poke It: Paint dots with Q-tips
Dot It: Dot circles with a bingo dauber
Stack It: Stack rings on straws
Tear It: Tear and glue paper to shapes
Stick It: Stick stickers on the line
Tong It: Tong pom poms onto shapes
Clip It: Add paper clips to shapes
 
EACH CENTER INCLUDES:
– Center label
– Visual directions
– Set-up guide
– Materials list
– Differentiating tips
– Cards/shapes/visuals
 
FALL THEMES INCLUDED:
– Apples
– Pumpkins
– Trees
– Leaves
– Corn
– Scarecrows
– Hay
– Farms
– Acorns
– Rakes
– and more!
 
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MY SIMPLE FINE MOTOR CENTERS:
“This was perfect for my fine motor center! I wanted to have a station where students could work on maintaining their fine motor skills, but didn’t have time to create all the materials for it. I even bought the bins from Costco to put everything in. That and the instructions for each task made it easy for my paraprofessionals to use with my students. I am starting a new position this year and will definitely be using it again!”
– Katrina
 
“My students desperately need practice in this area and my caseload continues to get younger, so I am looking forward to an independent activity that can last the entire year. In a district that does not provide planning for self-contained teachers, this resource is going to be a godsend!”
-Amber
 
“My students like this as a different way to work on fine motor skills that wasn’t the same old paper cutting. This was so thought out that my OT was impressed!”
– Kaylie
 
WHERE CAN I FIND MATERIALS?
Some materials will need to be teacher provided.
Most materials are likely to be found in your classroom already.
(Examples: scissors, paint, playdough, pom poms, stickers, small containers)
 
FIND ME HERE!

1 review for Simple Fine Motor Centers: Fall

  1. lecaplen (verified owner)

    Very helpful resource with lots of activities!

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