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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About Me: My Special Person About Me: My Special Person Get your youngster thinking about his life and what it means to be him with a drawing activity all about a special friend.
What Things are Blue? What Things are Blue? Your preschooler will learn all about the color blue with this whale of a worksheet!
Line Tracing: Doggie Directions Line Tracing: Doggie Directions To complete this worksheet your child will need to trace the rounded lines on the page.
Combine fine motor practice with beginning addition in this fun series of cut and paste math.
Cut and Paste Math Combine fine motor practice with beginning addition in this fun series of cut and paste math.
Cutting Practice: Airplane Cutting Practice: Airplane Give your preschooler some practice with this fun cutting practice worksheet of an airplane soaring through the sky.
Trace & Color: Basketball Game Trace & Color: Basketball Game Get your preschooler ready for writing with this trace and color worksheet.
Valentine's Day Word Game Valentine's Day Word Game Sneak in some alphabet writing and word building with this Valentine's Day themed printable!
Week 12: Mad Scientist Week 12: Mad Scientist Muah-hahaha, it's time for a little mad science!
Valentine Word Scramble Valentine Word Scramble Sneak in some alphabet writing and word building with this sweet Valentine's Day themed printable!
Trace & Color: Jack and the Beanstalk Trace & Color: Jack and the Beanstalk Kids practice writing straight lines in this cute coloring page featuring Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk.
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.