snowflake color clips
I made snowflake color clips for the children to work on color recognition and fine motor skills. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper ... cut them out and laminated them.
I put the snowflake cards in a basket along with some clothespins and then set them out in our fine motor center.
Children pick a card and clip a clothespin on the color circle that matches the color on the snowflake. Play continues until all cards have been clipped. The snowflake color clips are from my upcoming color clip cards download which will be released soon. Click on the link below to grab the snowflake pattern:
snowflake color clips
I am so excited to announce my fine motor tracing sheets download is now available in the download store!! There are 48 tracing sheets designed to work on fine motor development. Each tracer comes in b&w as well as grayscale and with two tracing levels.
The tracers are a perfect addition for any writing center. The children start by tracing with their fingers and then move on to crayons ... markers ... and pencils.
You can find the fine motor tracing sheets in my download store and grab the holiday tree tracer for free here.
The free membership printable this week is a holiday tree color match which is great for color recognition and review. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper ... cut them out and laminated them.
I separated the tree cards from the color circles and set them out in a basket. I also attached self adhesive magnets to the back of the circles to add a little weight to them so that they would not slide around on the tree cards.
In this activity children pick a tree card and place the matching color circle in the blank circle on the tree. Play continues until all colors have been matched.
You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday December 18th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added holiday tree ten frames.
I made a holiday pattern match to work on visual discrimination skills and fine motor development. I printed two copies of the patterns on cardstock paper and cut them out.
I then laminated them and set them out in a basket along with some clothespins. I made sure the patterns are mixed up so that the same patterns were not next to each other.
The children picked a circle and the found the circle with the matching pattern on it. They clipped the circles together with a clothespin. Play continued until all circles had been matched. You can find the holiday pattern match here.
The free membership printable this week is a Christmas lights alphabet sequence which is great for letter recognition and fine motor development. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper and cut them out.
I glued red and green sequins on the lights and then laminated them. I attached one set to crafts sticks and left a second set loose so that they could be used with a classroom clothesline.
In this activity children put the Christmas lights in alphabetical order. If using the crafts sticks children can line them up in a row. If using a classroom clothes line children would hang the Christmas lights in order using clothespins to attach them to the line.
You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday December 11th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added the Christmas lights number sequence.
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