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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Prepare for Takeoff! Prepare for Takeoff! Help an important message travel from the control tower to the plane by completing the maze.
Trace & Color Shamrock! Trace & Color Shamrock! Celebrate the luck o' the Irish! And give your child fun fine motor skills practice too.
Brown Color Brown Color Learn about the brown color and practice fine motor skills along the way with this fun and interactive worksheet!
Finger Puppets: Practicing Fine Motor Finger Puppets: Practicing Fine Motor This worksheet will bring out the puppeteer in your child.
Heart Tracing Heart Tracing This heart tracing exercise is a sweet addition to Valentine's Day activities.
ABC Connect the Dots ABC Connect the Dots Try an ABC connect the dots worksheet for kids needing fun alphabet practice.
Trace the Letter F Trace the Letter F On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter F, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with F.
Paper Easter Egg Paper Easter Egg Celebrate Easter with a colorful paper craft!
Maze Mania: Bye Bye Birdy Maze Mania: Bye Bye Birdy Help these little birdies fly home to the woods by winding your way along the maze path from start to finish.
Count the Tomatoes Count the Tomatoes Combine fine motor exercise with counting and addition in this cut and paste math worksheet!
Things That Are Yellow Things That Are Yellow Learn about the color yellow and how to write the word with the help of this very yellow worksheet!
Trace and Write the Letter E Trace and Write the Letter E Elephant, egg, and ear all begin with E! On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter E, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with E. But watch out!
Trace the Picture Trace the Picture Help your preschooler practice his fine motor skills with a sunny sky full of chances to trace curvy and straight lines.
Look Out the Window Look Out the Window When you look out a window, what do you see?
Tracing Lowercase Letters g,q Tracing Lowercase Letters g,q Lowercase letters g and q are very similar!
Where Are You Headed? Where Are You Headed? Hop on a plane and you can fly anywhere in the world.
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.