Fine Motor February Activities February Morning Work | Printable Classroom Resource | One Sharp Bunch

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Engage your students, as they build fine motor skills with these 20 math and ELA fine motor activities for February! Make the most out of fine motor tubs, morning work, or centers with these hands-on meaningful tasks!

This edition includes a total of 20 fine motor activities for February, plus 2 bonus activities!

Groundhog Day * Valentine's Day * Presidents' Day * Dental Health

  1. Build a Burrow (snap cubes | number sense)
  2. Feed the Groundhog (pom poms | addition to 5)
  3. Groundhog Shapes (popsicle sticks and string | composing 2D shapes)
  4. Match the Shadows (chain links | rhyming words)
  5. Sunny Sight Words (clothespins | sight word recognition)
  6. Candy Heart Patterns (pom poms | patterns)
  7. Colorful Heart Sort (beads | sorting by color)
  8. Pattern Block Pictures (pattern blocks | shape recognition)
  9. Colorful Candy (pom poms | color word recognition)
  10. Unlock the CVC Word (chain links | cvc words)
  11. Love Letters (chain links | beginning sounds)
  12. Popsicle Stick Pictures (popsicle sticks | sight word recognition)
  13. Lincoln's Lengthy Hats (linking cubes | nonstandard measurement)
  14. Star Spangled Numbers (play dough and counters | number sense)
  15. Build a Cabin (popsicle sticks | nonstandard measurement)
  16. Lincoln's Letters (chain links | abc order)
  17. Washington's Words (clothespins | middle sounds)
  18. Loose Tooth Extraction (pom poms | subtraction from 10 to 0)
  19. Loose Tooth Race (pom poms | addition and/or subtraction)
  20. Count the Teeth (pom poms or pony beads | 1:1 correspondence)
  21. Smile Worthy Words (alphabet beads or letter tiles | sight word recognition)
  22. Brushing Up on ABC's (clothespins | alphabet match)

Prep once and use all month! The fine motor activities for February use common classroom manipulatives. Print and cut each fine motor activity and gather the necessary manipulatives. Each activity can be placed in a bin, tub, or clear baggie so students can easily grab and play independently.

  • Pattern Blocks
  • Snap Cubes / Linking Cubes
  • Play Dough
  • Clothespins
  • Dot Stickers
  • Festive Manipulatives
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Chain Links
  • Paper Clips
  • Pom Poms
  • Buttons

If you like these fine motor activities, you'll also enjoy these name builders and sight word builders, which build fine motor control and name/sight word recognition!

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