Preschool Fine Motor Skills Worksheets and Printables

If your kid's fine motor skills need a little work, you've come to the right place. For many kids, fine motor development is a slow process and many kids have a difficult time establishing motor dexterity. The best part about our printables is that your kid will be having so much fun, he won't even realize he's honing fine motor skills! Establishing a good grip on his utensils, which will make life easier everywhere from the classroom to the dinner table, is essential. Find a few printable fine motor worksheets for your kid and see how much his ability to maneuver his digits improves.
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S is for Sun! Practice Writing the Letter S S is for Sun! Practice Writing the Letter S This spectacularly sunny worksheet is all about the letter S!
Y is for Yo-Yo! Practice Writing the Letter Y Y is for Yo-Yo! Practice Writing the Letter Y Help your young writer build her fine motor skills with this fun worksheet that teaches her all about the letter Y.
N is for Nuts! Practice Writing the Letter N N is for Nuts! Practice Writing the Letter N Are you nuts for letters? Try this nutty worksheet that gives your preschooler great fine motor practice as she learns all about the letter N.
Q is for Queen! Practice Writing the Letter Q Q is for Queen! Practice Writing the Letter Q This worksheet will help your young writer develop her fine motor skills as she colors, traces and writes her way to letter writing success!
Uppercase Letters: W Uppercase Letters: W This wonderful worksheet will help your willing young writer master his letter writing skills by giving him great fine motor practice.
J is for Jam! Practice Writing the Letter J J is for Jam! Practice Writing the Letter J This jam-packed worksheet will help your preschooler jump-start his early writing by giving him great fine motor practice as he learns all about the letter J.
The Letter O The Letter O This outrageously orange worksheet will help your young writer practice his letter writing skills as he learns about the letter O.
Writing the Letter M: M is for Moo! Writing the Letter M: M is for Moo! This marvelous worksheet will help your preschool writer build strong fine motor skills as she mooooves along on her way to letter writing success!
Writing the Letter y Writing the Letter y You can help your kindergartener or preschooler become more familiar with the lowercase letter y by using this worksheet.
Cutting Wavy Lines: Oliver the Octopus Cutting Wavy Lines: Oliver the Octopus An octopus just isn't an octopus without its eight tentacles, so Oliver needs some help.
U is for Up! Practice Writing the Letter U U is for Up! Practice Writing the Letter U Help your child soar up, up and away to letter writing success with this uplifting worksheet that will build up your child's writing skills as she learns all about the letter U.
The Color Red The Color Red What color is an apple? Learn all about the color red with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
G is for Go! Practice Writing the Letter G G is for Go! Practice Writing the Letter G This great worksheet will help your preschooler go, go, go!
Matching: Whale Twins Matching: Whale Twins These wacky whales are looking for their twins.
Cutting Lines: What's in the Grass? Cutting Lines: What's in the Grass? These bugs love to hide in grass ... but there is no grass!
Prewriting Skills: Right Semicircles Prewriting Skills: Right Semicircles Kids tracing the semicircles on this prekindergarten writing worksheet won't know they're practicing skills they'll need to form letters.
If your kid's fine motor skills need a little work, you've come to the right place. For many kids, fine motor development is a slow process and many kids have a difficult time establishing motor dexterity. The best part about our printables is that your kid will be having so much fun, he won't even realize he's honing fine motor skills! Establishing a good grip on his utensils, which will make life easier everywhere from the classroom to the dinner table, is essential. Find a few printable fine motor worksheets for your kid and see how much his ability to maneuver his digits improves.