As the leaves begin to change colors and fall, and the pumpkin spice everything is in the air, it’s a great time of year to add some fall fine motor activities to your therapy toolbox or even just add to play! Try a few of these fall fine motor activities to encourage and strengthen fine motor skills, a tripod grasp, fall activities for preschoolers, fall ideas for toddlers, or fall occupational therapy activities!
Be sure to check out our Fall worksheets designed to build fine motor skills, our Fall leaves slide deck, and our free Fall Sensory Activities booklet, all at the bottom of this post. These autumn worksheets and info packets are activities designed to build skills and celebrate the season through sensory experiences. The activities in this free booklet are a fun way to encourage fine motor and gross motor movement and development through fall activities. Scroll to the bottom of this blog post to grab your copy!
Fall Fine Motor Activities
MORE Fall Fine Motor Activities Kids will LOVE…
What are your favorite fall fine motor activities for kids?
This freebie has been added to the subscriber-only library. Join our email list for access.
Want this free slide deck with a fall leaves theme? Work on visual perceptual skills and handwriting. Get it here:
Fall Activities Booklet
Work on fine motor skills this Fall AND address sensory needs while experiencing all that the Fall season has to offer! Grab your free copy of the Fall Sensory Experiences Booklet to create sensory diet activities that meet the needs of individuals in a Fall-themed way! Enter your email address below and you will find the Fall Sensory Experiences Booklet delivered right to your inbox. Enjoy!