Christmas time is here and I couldn’t be more excited! Who cares if there isn’t snow on the ground? You can still have lots of Christmas Fine Motor Fun with the kids.
Personally, we took on Christmas goop this year! Bright green and irresistible to put down, this goop felt great.
Christmas Fine Motor Activities
Whether you’re a mom of toddlers or a preschool teacher, there are just some sensory recipes you have to know and this Christmas Green Goop Recipe is one of them!
Combine festive fine motor activities and sensory play with water beads and mini-ornaments in a sensory bin.
Decorate felt Christmas trees with mini pom poms. What a fun activity!
Tots will love the tinkling sound of this jingle bell drop activity.
Practice threading skills with pipe cleaner candy canes and a colander.
Use toothpicks, beads and styrofoam to make fun Christmas shapes.
This stackable egg carton Christmas tree is lots of fun, and it’ll make a cute decoration, too.
Torn paper wreath ornaments are perfect for toddlers.
Or make a larger wreath for your door. Great scissor skills practice!
Make a Christmas tree busy bag for your kids with some pipe cleaners and pom poms.
Fill Christmas light molds with colored water using an eye dropper. It looks magical on a light table!
If you’re not afraid of a little sewing, this button Christmas tree will make a wonderful gift.
Decorate your tree with yarn and bead Christmas trees ornaments.
Colored jingle bells and an egg tray provide loads of color sorting fun.
You can’t lose with this counting Christmas tree activity — counting practice and fine motor skills in one.
This Christmas fine motor playdough kit will make another fantastic (and frugal) gift!
Find even more Christmas Family Fun on The Jenny Evolution — including Christmas crafts, holiday recipes and