Happy Wednesday! I don’t know about you, but I can’t believe we’re already one week into November. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I have been excited to get my Turkey Fine Motor Activities pack completed. I just got it posted and I can’t wait to share about these activities with you!
There are a total of 10 activities in this pack. All of my fine motor packs include at least 10 activities and work great for morning tubs, small group work, early intervention, and much more.
Here’s a look at the activities!
Cutting Activities: There are two activities included: a “simple shape” turkey and cutting line puzzles. The turkey features easy-to-cut shapes such as circles, triangles, ovals, and rectangles. You can have students color the pieces or print them on colorful paper.
Pokey Pin Page: Kids just seem to love pokey pin pages! You can tape the page onto a piece of construction paper for kids to poke through. When you remove the page, their design is on the piece of construction paper.
Lacing: There are four lacing cards, each with a stage of a turkey’s life: egg, chick, poult, and turkey. You will prepare these cards by printing on cardstock, laminating, and punching holes around the outside of the picture. You can use shoelaces or yarn for lacing. If you use yarn, I suggest taping the ends so they don’t fray.
Tweezing: This is a tweezing and counting activity that can be made simpler if needed. You will prepare the number and color cubes (or insert the cards I provided into pocket cubes). Students will roll the cubes and then place the number and color of pom-pom balls onto the matching color turkey. If this is too many steps, omit the cubes and just have students sort!
I hope you and your students LOVE these turkey activities! You can click on the image below to grab them in my store. Click on the Fall Activities Bundle image if you’re interested in the discounted bundle!