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There are so many different ways to practice fine motor skills with your preschooler that you could probably go for months without repeating.
You could try painting, playing with play dough, even counting. But, one of the easiest ways we’ve found to work on those fine motor skills that we’ve found is lacing.
Thanksgiving is coming up fast and once it’s gone the winter weather will quickly start moving in.
Fortunately, here in the south, we’re still enjoying our last few days of Fall and to celebrate the last few days of the season, we’re enjoying some fun fine motor practice with these printable Autumn leaves.
Not only are they fun, they’re super simple to use as well!
Just print the leaves out (you’ll want to use a heavier paper like card stock), cut them out, and hole punch the dots.
Just grab a shoelace, tie a knot on one end, and get lacing!