If you are looking for a fun and easy Halloween Activity that incorporates a bit of fine motor play, then you are in the right place!
This fine motor kids activity was so easy to put together, filled with benefits and fun!
Have you tried a fine motor activity before?
How did it go?
What are the activities of fine motor skills?
Fine motor activities involve the use of the small muscles of the hands. For example, scissor cutting, breaking a sheet of paper, scooping, pouring, drawing are all fine motor activities that work on fine motor skills.
Fine motors activities for Toddlers and/or Preschool
Here are some examples of fine motor activities that we have tried in the past that were really fun:
And so much more!
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Optional: Using construction paper in replacement of spooky foam sheets.
Sharpie marker to create the dotted lines.
A tray (optional)
Related: Looking for another fun Fine Motor Activity for Preschool and up? Here is a simple foam pumpkin craft for kids!
Fine motor skill activities for preschoolers
How exactly did we set up this simple fine motor activity? Easy peasy!
Halloween fine motor activities can be as easy as 1-2-3.
And, by 1-2-3, I mean construction paper (or foam sheets), a pair of kid scissors and a marker!
It’s that simple!
Here are the steps I took to set this little kids activity up:
I used spooky foam sheets to add traced lines to.
Optional: Instead of using foam sheets, you can use construction paper! 🙂
Then, I made sure to add these to a tray along with a set of childrens scissors.
And that my friends is all you will need for this simple invitation to learn.
If you are looking for more pumpkin fine motor activities, check out this Halloween DIY Sticker Match Puzzle.
Related: Looking for more Halloween activities for kids? Here are over 15 Halloween Activities for Kids!
What are some Halloween activities?
If you are looking for fun and easy Halloween activities, here are a few fun ones we have tried in the past that were loads of fun:
I hope that you enjoyed these simple and fun Halloween crafts 3 year olds and above.
If you have attempted any fun Halloween crafts and/or activities that incorporate a bit of fine motor, how did it go?
Leave me a comment below, letting me know how you attempted a fun activity and how it went.
Maybe, we can try it out too! 🙂
Until next time.