It’s just about March and that means St. Patrick’s Day isn’t too far away! Are you ready with fun fine motor activities? It’s an easy theme to incorporate with rainbows, leprechauns and gold! At Pink Oatmeal, we’ve been doing some fun activities already! Check out all of our St. Patrick’s Day fine motor activities!
St. Patrick’s Day Fine Motor Activities
All of these fine motor activities have been tested and approved by my very favorite preschool aged child. The activities would work for pre-k, k, and occupational therapy activities. These are ready made in the Shop or TPT store!
Rainbow Cotton Tip Painting
Rainbow painting can be done with a cotton tip or with a clothes pin holding a marshmallow!
Cut the leprechaun beard and add his face. A fun St. Patrick’s Day scissors activity! Use yarn to make your beard. We like to add the google eyes and my preschooler colored his leprechaun hat.
Shamrock Clip Cards
Match the correct shamrock with a clip. A simple and fun way to work on fine motor! There are 12 different
St. Patrick’s Day Tracing
St. Patrick’s Day fine motor activites aren’t complete without tracing some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day symbols.
St. Patrick’s Day Pre-Writing
Use manipulatives or work on writing skills with these fun St. Patrick’s Day fine motor activities pre-writing strips. Some of our favorite manipulatives for St. Patrick’s Day – fruit loops, skittles, and pennies! There are 24 different pre-writing strips in the fine motor packet.
Color match the rainbow. Use candy such as skittles, fruity cereal like fruit loops or poms to color match the rainbow. Use your fingers, a tongs or tweezers to move the manipulatives. There are two different rainbows to choose from in the fine motor packet.
No St. Patrick’s Day fine motor activities are complete with out the gold! Try this roll and cover game using pennies as your cover. No pennies? No problem. Any manipulative will do!
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