It’s nearly the middle of January already and around here, that means that it’s almost the 100th day of school! Every year, as a parent and teacher, it’s hard to believe that 100 days have already gone by. It’s such an exciting day for our students and I like to make the entire day all about everything “100”!
I’m really passionate about fine motor work and providing children with meaningful fine motor activities every day. I’m so excited to share about my 100th Day of School fine motor pack today!
There are a variety of activities that use ten different fine motor skills, including cutting, grasping small objects, and tweezing.
Most of the required or suggested materials are found in most classrooms, but I’ll include Amazon links to them just in case!
Cutting Activities: There are three different cutting activities included. The first has snipping strips of ten pieces each. You can just have students cover the 100 with as many pieces as they want or you can have them cut and glue 100. There are two options for the strips; one requires less prep, and one requires more prep.