I made a bunny fine motor dot activity for shape recognition and fine motor development. You can print the patterns on regular or cardstock paper ... and then cut them out.
I set the dot cards out with a small container of paint and some q-tips. The children dip the q-tips in the paint and then fill in the blank dots on the shapes. You can also use markers with this activity. I have included both black and white as well as color versions.
As of 2022 this activity can be found in the member's section which is also where I have added Bunny Alphabet Fine Motor Dots.
I know it's a little late for shamrocks but it's been a hectic week and these turned out so cute I decided to share them anyway.
Print two copies of the shamrocks on cardstock paper and then cut out and laminate them.
In this activity children find the same color shamrocks and clip them together with clothespins or paperclips. Play continues until all colors have been matched. You can download the shamrocks below:
shamrock color match
I made a shamrock tiny dot pattern to help work on fine motor skills. The children really loved this activity!! We did the pattern with the word tracing on it but I also made the pattern without.
I printed the pattern on cardstock paper but you can also use regular paper. I put a little bit of green paint in a small container and set out q-tips. I used the name brand instead of a generic one as I felt they were more sturdy.
Children dipped the q-tip in green paint and then pressed it inside the blank circles. If you did not want to use q-tips you can also use the bottom of a paint brush or pencil to dip in the paint. The patterns can also be filled in with markers or colored pencils.
We sprinkled gold glitter on the shamrock while the paint was still wet to give it some extra sparkle.
shamrock tiny dots pattern