Practice those fine motor skills with this princess themed fine motor activity pack for kids! Enjoy coloring, cutting, tracing, and matching activities. Also, create your own princess crown!
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The Free Princess Fine Motor Activity Pack Includes:
Contents and Directions:
- Skirt cutting sheet: Paste skirts onto princesses with skirt outlines
- 2 matching pages: Match the princess to the colored castle
- 6 curved and zig-zag mazes
- Princess coloring page
- Color-by-Number castle page
- Crown craft: Decorate and cut out the crown, punch holes in the circles provided, and tie a string to wear your own crown.
Note: For children who cannot read the instructions on the Color by Number sheets, I recommend coloring the directions beforehand to assist them.
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Fine Motor Skills
Practice fine motor skills with one of the coloring sheets included in the pack. Stay inside the lines while completing the color-by-number page or get really creative when decorating your own crown or princess!
Visual Motor Skills
The easiest way to improve visual motor skills is by completing maze activities. It’s fun and works wonders for those visual scanning and attention skills. There are 6 mazes included in the pack with increasing difficulty. Instruct the kids to remain on the gray lines (or as I like to tell them, “Stay on the road”).
Object Manipulation Skills
Cutting activities are great for teaching kids how to correctly manipulate scissors while holding onto the paper with their non-dominant hand. There are several tricks you can use to increase their accuracy of cutting. For example, when before completing the princess matching activity, cut around each skirt (about 1/2 of space) then hand the cut out paper back to the child to cut along the lines. Holding onto a smaller piece of paper while cutting allows for more control of the scissors.
Visual Scanning Skills
Color by number activities are great to practice visual scanning and number recognition. Another way to increase the difficulty of the activity is to cut off the directions and read them out loud to practice the child’s memory and listening skills! Furthermore, coloring is also a great opportunity to practice coloring within the lines.
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Looking for more free fine motor activities? Check out the pre-writing shape play-doh mats or the FREE pre-writing shape board game! Also, follow us on Pinterest for more activity and craft inspiration!