Fine Motor Skills Worksheets and Printables

Our printable fine motor skill worksheets help preschool and kindergarten students gain precise control of their hands and fingers, building the coordination necessary for skills like writing and dressing themselves. Children will love cutting out swirling snakes, navigating simple mazes, and writing letters of the alphabet.
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Friendship Chinese Character Coloring Page Friendship Chinese Character Coloring Page Share some joy during lunar new year by filling in this friendship Chinese character coloring page.
Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Opposites Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Opposites Preschoolers can practice drawing diagonal lines by tracing the lines from bottom to top in order to match the opposite objects with each other.
Trace and Write the Letter J Trace and Write the Letter J Jar, jellybeans, and jack-o-lantern begin with J!
Practice Tracing Horizontal Lines Practice Tracing Horizontal Lines Strengthen your fine motor skills by tracing the horizontal lines to complete the picture and don't forget to use your crayons to add color!
Make a Rocket Make a Rocket Help your kid's curiosity blast off by introducing him to some basic chemistry with this simple rocket demonstration.
Line Tracing: Fun with Horizontals Line Tracing: Fun with Horizontals Engage your preschooler in a fun line tracing activity matching objects by using horizontal lines that will help her develop her fine motor skills!
Tracing Vertical Lines Tracing Vertical Lines Prepare your preschooler for writing by enhancing her fine motor skills development and improving her pencil control.
Something's Not Right! Something's Not Right! Daisy Daytime, our hero of the day, is confused!
A Normal Nighttime A Normal Nighttime What do you do on the average evening? Challenge your sleepy-head to identify all of the nighttime activities he might do before finally hitting the sack.
Truck Cutout Page Truck Cutout Page Your preschooler will gain some valuable hand-eye coordination and build her fine motor skills but cutting along the path being blazed by this truck driver.
Vertical Lines: Drawing Downward Vertical Lines: Drawing Downward Your child will practice and develop her pencil control skills by drawing downward vertical lines which will help her when she begins writing her letters.
Build A Better Plane Build A Better Plane What is wrong with this vehicle? Help your little one sort out the different forms of transportation with this airplane worksheet.
Trace the Letter I Trace the Letter I On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter I, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with I.
Build a Better Boat Build a Better Boat Get your sea legs ready, it's boat-building time!
Cutting Triangles: Build a House Cutting Triangles: Build a House Kids use their cutting skills to build Piggy's house on this prekindergarten worksheet.
Season Sleuths #2 Season Sleuths #2 Dress to impress! Decide which outfit goes with which season: spring, summer, fall or winter.
Our printable fine motor skill worksheets help preschool and kindergarten students gain precise control of their hands and fingers, building the coordination necessary for skills like writing and dressing themselves. Children will love cutting out swirling snakes, navigating simple mazes, and writing letters of the alphabet.