Halloween fine motor spider craft

Jamie Sikes
Halloween fine motor spider craft

Halloween fine motor spider craft

This cute little craft was used during an occupational therapy session. We used it to address emerging fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, hand strengthening, and using both sides of the body together.

In the school system we often see kiddos that have delayed fine motor skills, decreased strength, and students who have trouble use both sides of their body together and this activity addresses all those.

The small pieces encourage fine motor control, hand-eye coordination, and using both sides of the body together. This activity also involved cutting which aides in developing scissor skills. We used a single hole punch to punch out holes for the legs which helps increase hand strength. This activity would work best with kiddos between the ages of 4-7 and is great to usher in the halloween season. You'll need paper, scissors, single hole punch, google eyes, and glue for this activity.

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Halloween fine motor spider craft
September 25, 2020
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