Make fine motor skills learning fun, not work!
It takes time for babies and toddlers to develop those fine motor skills. But if it isn’t fun, too, they won’t want to learn. That’s why these 25 Easy Hand And Eye Coordination Ideas For Toddlers And Babies are going to be so perfect for your little one. They make skill development a game instead of a chore, and your little one will be growing and learning while they play. Have fun!
Create a magical spot of activity and exploration with this baby activity board.
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Let your sweetie discover and enjoy sensory play at the same time with these rings in water.
Your toddler will love to scoop and transfer beans with this fun hand and eye coordination activity.
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Toddlers love buttons, so let them button-up foam and create a chain of rings.
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Learn about colors and work on those fine motor skills with these button sorting cups.
Your little one will be delighted by this rolling ramp fun activity.
Cork transfer lets your baby work on fine motor skills and spatial recognition at the same time.
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Use those plastic eggs over and over with this egg drop game.
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This monster feeding game is adorable and great for building those fine motor skills.
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Hammering tee’s is a fun kinetic activity and fun way for kiddo’s to spend time ‘helping’ build.
Toddlers will love letter matching in this simple to build matching game.
Let the littles play and learn with this tissue box drop.
Forget card matching this matching objects game is so much more entertaining and uses toys out of your child’s bin!
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Pasta threading builds those fine motor skills and is giggly fun to keep toddlers occupied while you’re in the kitchen.
Sort, thread, have fun with pipe cleaners by stringing them into a strainer! Make the weirdest looking hat ever with this game.
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This pom pom drop will keep baby occupied and wondering where the pom poms keep going.
Your child will have a blast with this pool noodle threading, and this is a game they can play at the table or in the bathtub.
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Set up this simple push and pull activity using recycled items from your kitchen next time you need a quick game for baby.
Stuff scarves to create this beautiful rainbow ball. Toddlers will love pulling them back out!
The fun will keep on rolling with this baby play station. Your kiddo can roll, roll, roll her way to a happy day.
This peek-a-boo sensory board will let kids open and close their way toward new sensory experiences.
Toddlers will love this shape sorter as they learn about colors and shapes all at the same time.
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Create this shrinky dink ribbon toy and let the little pull ribbons from one side to the other, over and over again.
Use crazy straws to create a crazy threading experience that’s as colorful as it is fun.
Cardboard bead threading is a great way to use those old cardboard tubes and give your child a fun, upcycled game they can enjoy for hours.