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 J Trace and Write the Letter J Jar, jellybeans, and jack-o-lantern begin with J!
Tracing Lowercase Letters l,i,j Tracing Lowercase Letters l,i,j Get into the groove of handwriting! This tracing lesson will help train your child's hand for writing letters and words.
Tracing Diagonal Lines: Complete the Frog Prince Tracing Diagonal Lines: Complete the Frog Prince Become a pro at drawing diagonal lines in preparation for writing your ABC's by tracing the streams of rain drops surrounding the frog prince in the picture!
Tracing Lowercase Letters f,t Tracing Lowercase Letters f,t Tracing is the first step to great handwriting!
Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Objects Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Objects Preschoolers can practice drawing diagonal lines in preparation for writing by tracing the lines from top to bottom to match the objects that go together.
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.
Tracing Diagonal Lines: Complete the Ice Cream Cone Tracing Diagonal Lines: Complete the Ice Cream Cone Have your preschooler prepare for writing by completing the picture.
Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Opposites Tracing Diagonal Lines: Match the Opposites Preschoolers can practice drawing diagonal lines by tracing the lines from bottom to top in order to match the opposite objects with each other.
Things That Are Black Things That Are Black You child will practice her shape recognition and her fine motor skills with this fun worksheet.
Daytime Duties Daytime Duties The daytime is when you get important stuff done!
Trace the Letter I Trace the Letter I On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter I, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with I.
Something's Not Right! Something's Not Right! Daisy Daytime, our hero of the day, is confused!
Practice Tracing Horizontal Lines Practice Tracing Horizontal Lines Strengthen your fine motor skills by tracing the horizontal lines to complete the picture and don't forget to use your crayons to add color!
Counting Stars Counting Stars You may not be able to number the stars, but your little one can definitely count how many stars are in each of the boxes on this worksheet
Line Tracing: Fun with Horizontals Line Tracing: Fun with Horizontals Engage your preschooler in a fun line tracing activity matching objects by using horizontal lines that will help her develop her fine motor skills!
Tracing Vertical Lines Tracing Vertical Lines Prepare your preschooler for writing by enhancing her fine motor skills development and improving her pencil control.
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.