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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Writing the Letter d Writing the Letter d Spot and write the lowercase letter d on this worksheet!
The first step to building a righteous writer is to build great handwriting skills! Practice tracing the letters of the alphabet with this fun series. Take a look at other alphabet worksheets to practice more letters.
Trace the Alphabet! The first step to building a righteous writer is to build great handwriting skills!
Give your preschooler's fine motor skills a workout with this collection of worksheets, focusing on core pre-writing skills such as cutting, tracing and writing the alphabet.
Fine Motor Fun for Pre-Writers Give your preschooler's fine motor skills a workout with this collection of worksheets, focusing on core pre-writing skills such as cutting, tracing and writing the alphabet.
We think these educational worksheets are purrrrrfect for the cat-lover in your house! Sit your child down with a feline friend and this set of educational cat-themed worksheets.
Our Favorite Cat Worksheets We think these educational worksheets are purrrrrfect for the cat-lover in your house!
Tracing Lines Tracing Lines Autumn means that the leaves are falling from the trees!
Horizontal Tracing Horizontal Tracing Can your little writer help these animals get back home?
Printable Play Money Printable Play Money Does your little shopper love going to the grocery store with you?
Trace a Line Trace a Line It's been a long day on the farm! Trace a line to help guide each animal back home.
Things That Are Yellow Things That Are Yellow Learn about the color yellow and how to write the word with the help of this very yellow worksheet!
What Things are Blue? What Things are Blue? Your preschooler will learn all about the color blue with this whale of a worksheet!
Tracing Letters: G Tracing Letters: G Giraffe, girl, and gorilla all begin with G!
Trace and Color: Palm Tree Trace and Color: Palm Tree Brighten coloring time with a trace and color activity that's great for strengthening little hand muscles.
Maze Mania: Lost Baby Bunny Maze Mania: Lost Baby Bunny Mazes are good fun, but they're also great pre-writing practice.
Trace the Letter F Trace the Letter F On this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids trace the letter F, then write the letter next to pictures whose names begin with F.
Cutting Triangles: Build a House Cutting Triangles: Build a House You've heard of pigs building homes of hay, sticks, and bricks.
What's Missing? 2 What's Missing? 2 Each picture on this prekindergarten science worksheet has a matching picture in the opposite column.
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.