Fine motor skill activities to support learning in math and ELA. Seesaw preloaded activities that work great as an introduction to the Seesaw platform.
Fine Motor Skill Activities
You can bet that you are working on building fine motor skills in kindergarten. It is always an eye-opening time when you see the wide span of abilities when it comes to fine motor skills. We have some sweeties who come in, ready to write and cut all sorts of things… and then we have others who have never picked up a pair of scissors or have any idea how to write a letter. So, we start to gather all sorts of fine motor activities to provide that extra support.
Wouldn’t it be great to have students practicing these essential skills, but also learning a digital platform at the same time? I thought so too! Without further ado…. drum roll, please… ( Okay, maybe I am a little too excited for these. But they are so great!)
Seesaw Preloaded Fine Motor Activities
These no-prep activities can be loaded into your Seesaw library with just one click. Plus, with pre-recorded directions, students can be independently working. However, I do recommend that you model and teach students the objective and expectation, the first few times.
There are over 100 activities. So, this is something you can use throughout the entire school year.
You could also even use this resource for first grade as a review of skills. Especially if your first-grade students are unfamiliar with Seesaw and need a little practice on using the various tools.
You can go the other way and use this resource in TK. So. Many. Options!
These fine motor skill activities for math and ELA are bundled together! Check out this great resource here:
For more ideas on using Seesaw in your classroom or for distance learning, click here:
- Math & Literacy Seesaw Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade
- Digital Partner Games for K-1
- Digital Phonics for Kindergarten & 1st Grade
- Digital Daily Riddles
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