Easter is right around the corner and I’m planning some fun activities in My Homeschool Preschool Planner for my toddler and preschooler! If you’ve taken my How To Plan Your Own Homeschool Preschool Curriculum eCourse, you know that I like to plan fine motor activities for my little ones. March and April are the perfect months for choosing Easter fine motor activities!
Down below you will find a variety of fun Easter themed fine motor activities that you can do in your own home!
Easter Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers and Toddlers
Pre-Writing and Writing Activities
How cute is this Easter Egg Pre-writing Activity from The OT Toolbox?
Spotted Easter Eggs from Mess for Less is a new way to decorate your Easter eggs!
Decorating Play Dough Easter Eggs from The Imagination Tree is another fun play dough activity!
This Hatching Chick Easter Card from Thimble and Twig is the perfect craft for your toddler!
Pin the Tail on the Bunny from ABCs to ACTs helps with color matching skills.
Easter Egg Pom Pom Color Matching from Little Bin to Little Hands is another great activity to help your little one learn their colors.
Eraser Stamped Bunnies from Mama Smiles is adorable and could be used for card making.
Easter Egg Hunt Printables to Color from Kiddy Charts is a great coloring activity!
Free Easter Egg Q-Tip Painting Printable from Tot Schooling is an awesome way to keep your little one busy.
Woven Easter Egg Place Mats from Parenting Chaos are completely adorable!
You need to try this Easter Egg Stamp Art from Busy Toddler if your toddler loves to paint!
Easter Egg Cards from Life at the Zoo can double as a great gift for grandparents!
Fine Motor and Colour Sorting Eggs from Teach Me Mommy
DIY Spring and Easter Crayon Rubbings from Cutting Tiny Bites
Transfer & Sensory Activities
Springtime Easter Sensory Play Basket for Toddlers from Natural Beach Living is perfect for your preschooler’s sensory activity for the week of Easter.
Work on those cutting skills with this Easter Egg Fine Motor Work Cut it Out! Pack from This Reading Mama
Easter Eggs & Toothpicks Fine Motor Sculptures from Stir the Wonder is an interesting activity I bet you haven’t seen before.
Most kids love stickers! Try this Easter Egg Sticker Dot Garland from Kids Activities Blog
Easter Egg Match Game from Craftulate = Matching Fun!
Easter Egg Lacing Cards from The Kindergarten Connection is a super simple activity.
Easter Transfer Activity from Pre-K Pages is another great activity to work those little hand muscles.
Fine Motor Easter Egg Indoor Egg Hunt from In the Playroom is a creative way to hunt for Easter eggs!
Spring Tot Trays from Something 2 Offer would be great for your preschool.
Free Play Easter Activity with Stickers from Powerful Mothering
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