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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Trace and Write the Letter M Trace and Write the Letter M Milk, mountain, and monkey all begin with M!
Diagonal Lines: School Supplies Diagonal Lines: School Supplies From sticky tape and goopy globs of glue to pencils and yummy lunches, your child can practice tracing diagonal lines with some familiar school supplies.
Matching: Clown Face Twins Matching: Clown Face Twins All the world loves a clown, so chances are, your child will love helping the clowns find their twins on this preschool worksheet.
Match the Numbers with the Fruits Match the Numbers with the Fruits Practice tracing curved lines by counting the fruit then drawing a line to match the fruit with the correct number.
Motion of the Ocean Motion of the Ocean Have your preschooler trace the curved lines in the picture to mimic the motion of the ocean in order to practice pencil coordination and prepare for letter writing.
Tracing Letters E, F, L Tracing Letters E, F, L Tracing lines may seem simple, but it's the first step to learning handwriting!
Fly, Butterfly, Fly! Fly, Butterfly, Fly! Help the butterflies fly from left to right by tracing the curved lines.
Curved Line Tracing: Match the Shapes and Objects Curved Line Tracing: Match the Shapes and Objects Complete this simple activity by tracing the curved lines to match each shape with the object that has the same shape.
Trace and Write the Letter K Trace and Write the Letter K Key, koala, and kite all begin with K! On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter K, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with K. But watch out!
Tracing Letters C, G, O Tracing Letters C, G, O What do the letters C, G, and O have in common?
Complete the Party Hat: Trace the Diagonal Lines Complete the Party Hat: Trace the Diagonal Lines Complete the picture of the party hats by tracing the diagonal lines to form the pattern on the hats to practice pencil coordination to prepare for writing letters.
Tracing Lowercase Letters: b,d,p Tracing Lowercase Letters: b,d,p Dig into some solid handwriting practice! Your little writer will be building his fine motor muscles as he traces each letter.
Match the Seasons: Trace the Diagonal Lines Match the Seasons: Trace the Diagonal Lines Match the pictures representing the four seasons of the year with the proper objects by tracing the diagonal lines to connect them in order to prepare for writing.
Tracing Lowercase Letters k,v,w Tracing Lowercase Letters k,v,w Tracing lines is the first step to learning how to write letters.
Complete the Dog House: Trace the Diagonal Lines Complete the Dog House: Trace the Diagonal Lines Complete the roof on Spot's dog house so he can take a nap inside by tracing the diagonal lines!
Match the Flowers: Trace the Diagonal Lines Match the Flowers: Trace the Diagonal Lines Preschoolers can use this activity to gain preparation for writing the ABC's by tracing the diagonal lines to connect the matching flowers.
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.