Spring Fine Motor Kit Deal

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Printable Spring fine motor activities and fine motor worksheets designed to build strong hands.

Want NO-PREP, printable fine motor activities to help kids build essential fine motor skills?

This print-and-go Spring  fine motor kit includes no-prep fine motor activities to help kids develop functional grasp, dexterity, strength, and endurance. Use fun, Spring-themed, fine motor activities so you can help children develop strong fine motor skills in a digital world.

More than ever, kids need the tools to help them build essential fine motor skills so they develop strong and dexterous hands so they can learn, hold & write with a pencil, and play.

This 97 page no-prep packet includes everything you need to guide fine motor skills in face-to-face AND virtual learning. Includes Spring themed activities for hand strength, pinch and grip, dexterity, eye-hand coordination, bilateral coordination, endurance, finger isolation, and more. 


This 100 page printable packet has you covered on Spring  NO-PREP printable therapy activity pages to address fine motor skills such as:

  • Endurance Activities
  • Pinch and Grip Strength
  • Dexterity Activities
  • Precision Skills
  • Graded Precision Activities
  • Pinch and Grip Strength Activities
  • Motor Planning Skills
  • Arch Development Activities
  • Finger Isolation Activities
  • Separation of the Sides of the Hand Activities
  • Open Thumb Web-Space Activities
  • Wrist Extension
  • Bilateral Coordination Activities
  • Eye-Hand Coordination Activities
  • Crossing Midline Activities
  • Visual motor Integration
  • Visual Perceptual Skills

Fun and engaging winter themed activities designed to develop fine motor skills:

  • Pencil Control
  • Coloring
  • Functional Pencil Grasp
  • Scissor Skills
  • Manipulating Small Objects
  • Glue Bottle Skills
  • Tool Use: hole punch, stapler, push pins, toothpicks, stapler, string, etc.

Spring fine motor kit activities




  • Spring Play Dough Mats
  • Clip cards
  • Lacing cards
  • Color and cut sensory bin cards
  • Tracing mazes
  • Crumble art pages
  • Symmetry drawing page
  • Sticker work strips
  • Paper chain templates
  • Glue skills pages
  • Prewriting shapes sheet
  • Toothpick art activities
  • Pencil control worksheets
  • Write the room activities (print and cursive writing)
  • Fine motor maze activities
  • Hole punch strips
  • Scissor skills activities (simple and complex shapes)
  • Sensory bin cards
  • Handwriting cards

PLUS, Grab the fine motor kit this week, and get a BONUS packet:

  • Spring Proprioceptive Activities
  • Spring Vestibular Activities
  • Spring Visual Processing Activities
  • Spring Tactile Processing Activities
  • Spring Olfactory Activities
  • Spring Auditory Processing Activities
  • Spring Oral Motor Activities
  • Spring Fine Motor Activities
  • Spring Gross Motor Activities
  • Spring Handwriting Practice Prompts
  • Spring Themed Brain Breaks
  • Occupational Therapy Homework Page
  • Client-Centered Worksheet
  • 5 pages of Visual Perceptual Skill Activities


This “print-and-go” fine motor activity kit includes:

Each activity page includes reproducible activities based on Spring themes: bugs, gardening, flowers, Spring weather, birds, and more.

Precision fine motor worksheets

  • 1-10 Number Clip Cards- Use to clip paper clips, clothes pins, or place small objects like craft pom poms or mini erasers onto the clip cards using tongs or tweezers. TARGET SKILLS: Hand strength, eye-hand coordination, precision, handwriting, hand strength, endurance.

Tear and fold worksheets for fine motor skills

  • Tear Cards Sheet- Cut out the cards and tear up the lines to work on precision, dexterity, bilateral coordination, and eye-hand coordination.  Extend the activity: Cut up the lines and work on scissor skills with graded precision to stop at the bold line. Fold or curl up the strips to work on eye-hand coordination and finger isolation. TARGET SKILLS: Hand strength, bilateral coordination, eye-hand coordination, precision, endurance, fine motor dexterity.

Spring hand strength clip cards

  • Clip Strips- Use clothes pins or paper clips, or even a hole punch to mark each target on these strips. Staple them into a booklet and work on some each day. Extend the activity and draw lines on each strip to work on pencil control and pre-writing lines, or place small objects on each target. TARGET SKILLS: Bilateral coordination, eye-hand coordination, strength, precision, pinch and grip hand strength, tripod grasp, arch development, open thumb web-space.

Fine motor sticker paths and printable activities

  • Fine Motor Strip Paths- Place stickers or small objects like mini erasers, beads, or craft pom poms along the paths. Extend the activity: Mark the path with pencils or slide into a page protector sheet and use a dry erase marker along the path. Roll play dough into “logs” and place along the path on each fine motor strip. TARGET SKILLS: Eye-hand coordination, precision, dexterity, hand strength, scissor skills, pencil control.


  • Visual Motor Worksheets- Includes symmetry drawing worksheet, pre-writing shapes tracing worksheet, and A-Z handwriting/sensory bin X-large cards to form upper and lowercase letters, and writing Spring words into box font to work on letter size. Extend the activity: Incorporate letter cards into a booklet and work on a few letters at a time, sorting letters by strait line letters, curve letters, magic c letters, etc. Slide worksheets into a page protector to use a dry erase marker or sensory writing materials such as shaving cream, or finger paint. TARGET SKILLS: Handwriting, visual motor integration, letter formation, letter size, copying skills, spatial awareness.

Spring play dough mats for fine motor skills

  • Spring “Roll and Write” Play Dough Mats- Includes: 3 Spring-themed play dough mats: bugs, caterpillars, bees, and other insects. TARGET SKILLS: Pinch and grip strength, dexterity, arch development, eye-hand coordination, open thumb web-space.

Spring hand eye coordination fine motor worksheets

  • Lacing Cards- Includes circle and square shaped lacing cards with 8 total lacing cards. Extend the activity and clip clothes pins to each shape or attach paper clips to the targets. Thread pipe cleaners or different grades of string to grade the activity easier or harder. TARGET SKILLS: Scissor skills, hand strength, pinch strength, bilateral coordination, graded precision, eye-hand coordination.

Printable Spring lacing cards

  • Pencil Control Fine Motor Strips- Includes: 7 pencil control strip pages and 5 cursive lines pencil control strips with graded precision designed for data collection and accuracy. Use for pencil control and fine motor dexterity, object manipulation. TARGET SKILLS: Pencil control, spatial relations, dexterity, graded precision, eye-hand coordination, separation of the sides of the hand.


  • Sticker Work Strips- Includes 2 pages of strips. Cut out the strips and place stickers or stamps on the target spot. Students can hold the strip at one and and cut along the lines, working on beginning scissor snipping skills. Extend the activity: Use a dabber marker to dab each image. Cut the sticker squares and then glue them onto paper to make patterns. TARGET SKILLS: Scissor skills, eye-hand coordination, precision, dexterity, eye-hand coordination, bilateral coordination, tripod grasp.


  • A-Z Hole Punch Strips- Includes a hole punch strip for each letter, with coloring icon to promote precision and pencil control. Upper case letters can be matched to lower case letters as users punch holes in matching lowercase letters. Extend the activity: Staple each strip together to make a booklet of hole punch activities. Highlight the matching letters. Work on pencil control and handwriting skills to mark a circle, X, box, star, or triangle on the matching letters. Draw a line across the strip to connect matching lowercase letters and incorporate diagonals. Write words beginning with the letter in the middle of the letter strip. TARGET SKILLS: Hand strength, endurance, eye-hand coordination, arch development, visual perceptual skills, pencil control, letter identification, visual discrimination, visual scanning, visual figure ground. 


Finger isolation fine motor tracing sheets

  • 4 Trace Mazes- Includes insect finger puppets 4 insect mazes. Use the finger puppets to work on finger isolation, visual tracking, separation of the sides of the hand, and arch development. Place the puppets on finger tip and trace along the mazes. Or, tape them onto a marker and trace the lines, working on visual motor skills and pencil control. Slide the pages into a page protector and trace the path with a dry erase marker. Then place the finger puppet on the pointer finger and erase the marker lines. TARGET SKILLS: Finger isolation, fine motor precision, separation of the sides of the hand, visual motor skills, pencil control, visual tracking.

Crumble art fine motor worksheets

  • 6 Crumble Art Pages- Print off the pages and cut out the shapes. Crumble bits of tissue paper or colored paper to fill in the lines of the Spring shapes, gluing the crumbled paper into place. Extend the activity: Decorate the fine motor crumble pages with beads, sequins, markers, colored pencils, etc. TARKET SKILLS: Hand strength, arch development, separation of the sides of the hand, tripod grasp, precision, dexterity, endurance. 


  • 2 Sizes of Paper Chain Sheets- Write on each paper chain sheet using the Spring writing prompt list ideas. Cut out each strip and glue them together to make a paper chain. Includes a large strip for beginner handwriting and a smaller width paper chain strips for older writers. Extend the activity: Color, stick stickers, staple, or tape the paper chains. TARGET SKILLS: Bilateral hand coordination, scissor skills, handwriting, endurance, eye-hand coordination.


  • Glue Skills Worksheets- Help kids with precision and graded resistance needed to manage a squeeze glue bottle. Kids can squeeze different sizes of glue spots into the target dots. Extend the activity: Decorate each dot with a torn scrap of paper or a crumbled piece of paper. TARGET SKILLS: Hand strength, endurance, precision, dexterity, graded resistance, eye-hand coordination.


  • 4 Toothpick Art Pages- Includes 4 pictures. Place the images on a carpet or large piece of cardboard. Use toothpicks to dot around the outside of the lines on each image to work on precision and tripod grasp. Extend the activity: Use push pins over a cardboard surface. Tape the pictures to a window and trace the outlines with a pencil. TARGET SKILLS: Dexterity, grasp development, arch development, separation of the sides of the hand, hand strength, visual motor skills.


  • 5 Pencil Control Worksheets- Encourage pencil skills, dexterity, motor planning, and graded resistance as kids copy lines and keep their pencil within the guided lines. Work on pencil pressure, working memory, and pencil skills. Extend the activity: Use colored pencils, work on erasing, and precision with smaller points on the pencil. TARGET SKILLS: Pencil control, refined movements, pencil grasp, pencil pressure, visual motor skills, working memory, proprioception, eye-hand coordination, spatial awareness. 

Spring write the room worksheets

  • Write the Room Activities- Includes: 3 pages of handwriting paper in modified lined paper, 8 lowercase copy cards, 8 uppercase copy cards, 8 lowercase tracing cards, 8 uppercase copy cards, 8 cursive writing copy cards. Extend the activity: Use to copy words from near and far point copying skills. Use the words in creating sentences, writing lists, or as writing prompts. Incorporate words into scavenger hunt, and obstacle course activities.  TARGET SKILLS: Letter formation, pencil control, visual motor skills, visual attention, visual memory, line placement, functional handwriting at all levels and stages.

Spring sensory bin worksheets

  • Handwriting Sensory Bin Materials- Includes: A-Z uppercase and lowercase tracing cards with directional arrows and Spring words, 1-10 tracing cards with directional arrows, 1-10 counting cards, A-Z word writing cards with Spring words. Use the cards in sensory trays. Extend the activity: Use tweezers or tongs to find the cards and matching letters or materials, Use small objects like beads in the sensory bin to trace the directional arrows on the letters and numbers. Match the letter and number cards to items to count, work on letter awareness, and phonological awareness. Slide the pages into page protector sheets and paint the letters/numbers/words with a paint brush, shaving cream, dry erase marker, or other sensory materials. TARGET SKILLS: Tactile handwriting, letter and number formation, finger isolation, crossing midline, sensory challenges.


  • Color and Cut Cards- Includes two pages of Spring images. Cut along the lines to work on scissor skills. Color in the images to address hand strength and control. Use the cards in sensory bins. These open-ended cards can be used in sensory bins, directed coloring for working memory activities, scavenger hunts, obstacle courses, handwriting tasks, charades, picture copying, and more. TARGET SKILLS: Graded precision, sensory play, spatial concepts, working memory, visual attention, visual memory, motor planning, crossing midline, visual motor integration, pre-writing skills, spatial relations, visual discrimination, visual attention, visual memory, pencil control, visual closure.


Scissor skills worksheets

  • Scissor Skills Activities- Includes: 4 simple shapes cutting pages, 5 complex shapes cutting pages, 6 scissor puzzles in 2 different sizes. TARGET SKILLS: Graded scissor skill accuracy and precision, visual perceptual skills, eye-hand coordination, crossing midline, bilateral coordination.



Buy now, during SPRING WEEK and get the Occupational Therapy Spring Activity Packet as well.

The Spring Occupational Therapy Activity Packet includes therapeutic activities based on sensory motor input and includes strategies to extend activities to include 109 specific activities.

Spring occupational therapy activities

In the BONUS Spring OT packet, you’ll now find:

  • Spring Proprioceptive Activities
  • Spring Vestibular Activities
  • Spring Visual Processing Activities
  • Spring Tactile Processing Activities
  • Spring Olfactory Activities
  • Spring Auditory Processing Activities
  • Spring Oral Motor Activities
  • Spring Fine Motor Activities
  • Spring Gross Motor Activities
  • Spring Handwriting Practice Prompts
  • Spring Themed Brain Breaks
  • Occupational Therapy Homework Page
  • Client-Centered Worksheet
  • 5 pages of Visual Perceptual Skill Activities

All of the Spring activities include ideas to promote the various areas of sensory processing with a Spring-theme. There are ways to upgrade and downgrade the activities and each activities includes strategies to incorporate eye-hand coordination, bilateral coordination, body scheme, oculomotor control, visual perception, fine and gross motor skills, and more.




Spring occupational therapy packet printable materials



This Bonus printable pack has every thing you need to create well-rounded therapy sessions this season.

You’ll also find several sheets listing tons of Spring activities designed to promote specific areas:

  • Spring Fine Motor Activities
  • Spring Gross Motor Activities
  • Spring Handwriting Practice Prompts
  • Spring Themed Brain Breaks

Use these activities as warm-ups to your therapy sessions, or add them to the homework page below to create a home program.

The Spring Fine Motor Kit is 100 pages of tools to help kids develop essential skills needed for fine motor work, functional grasp, hand strength, dexterity, and endurance.