Toys and Games for Fine Motor Practice

There are lots of easy, simple, and free fine motor activities you can do at home, but here are some of our favorite commercially available toys and games for fine motor practice! 

**Please keep in mind that most of these contain pieces which are choking hazards, so use with supervision and only at your discretion.  

or the Happy Feet Two version (which was only $5.99 at the time we bought it)

Melissa & Doug Stamp Sets (lots to choose from)

Melissa & Doug Chunky Puzzles (lots to choose from)

Melissa & Doug Peg Puzzles (lots to choose from)
Lego Building Kits (lots to choose from, Luke did this specific one recently)

For reference, these are all items we use now or have used in the past.  Luke is currently 3 years, 10 months and Lilah is 2 years, 4 months.

Notice that with a lot of these, you can work on fine motor skills while also learning about colors, shapes, patterns, or counting. 🙂

I will add to this post as other items come to mind, or as we try new fine motor toys and games! 🙂

Do you have any favorite fine motor toys or games?

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