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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Tracing Diagonal Lines Tracing Diagonal Lines Choo choo! These three trains are racing down the hill.
Tracing Curved Lines Tracing Curved Lines Bullfrogs jump in bouncy curved patterns across this pond -- can your preschooler use his pencil to trace each leap?
Horizontal Lines Horizontal Lines All living things have a home! Can your little writer help get these plants and animals back to where they belong?
Trace and Write the Letter R Trace and Write the Letter R Rabbit, rain, and robot all begin with R! On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter R, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with R. But watch out!
Trace the Lines Trace the Lines Tracing lines is the first step to building good writing skills.
Trace and Write the Letter Q Trace and Write the Letter Q Quail, quilt, and quarter all begin with Q!
What's Your Favorite Color? What's Your Favorite Color? Everyone has a favorite color, especially preschoolers.
Stars and Stripes Stars and Stripes Bring out your inner patriot with a fun tracing worksheet, all about the stars and stripes!
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.
Trace and Write the Letter P Trace and Write the Letter P Pencil, pretzel, and pear all begin with P!
Practice Writing Letters: Rounded Practice Writing Letters: Rounded Gain practice for writing rounded letters such as C's and G's by tracing the semicircle-shaped handles of the teapots featured.
Drawing Zig-Zags! Drawing Zig-Zags! To complete these worksheets your child will need to trace the zig-zag and rounded lines on the pages.
Unicycle Cutout Page Unicycle Cutout Page Help your preschooler build up hand muscles and learn fine motor skills with this cutting practice sheet that goes in a spiral.
Cutting Worksheet: Boat Cutting Worksheet: Boat Help your preschooler build her fine motor skills with this cutting practice page!
Car Cutout Page Car Cutout Page Your preschooler can build her fine motor skills with this car cutout page.
Trace and Write the Letter O Trace and Write the Letter O Ostrich, olive, and octopus begin with O! On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter O, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with O. But watch out!
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.