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Motor Skills

Children with an ASD often struggle with both fine and gross motor coordination. Here are a variety of fun ideas to help these children develop their motor skills.



Animal Antics
Apple Sun Catcher
Appliqués and Pony Beads
Bead Clay
Bear Hunt Dance
Bubble Bees
Candy Turkey Treat
Coffee Filter Flowers
Decoupage Mother's Day Candle
Fall Leaves 
Father's Day Key Ring
Father's Day Magnet
Father's Day Shirt Card
Funny New Faces
Glue Ghosts
Handprint Flowers
Hawaiian Lei
Homemade Puzzles
Independence Day Pinwheel
Indian Corn Treat
Jigsaw Puzzle Frame
Kangaroo Ball Hop
Light-Brite Fun
Macaroni Crafts
Magic Writing
Making Butter
Marbled Easter Eggs
Mother's Day Painted Pot
Musical Cotton Balls
Pass the Witch's Broom
Patriotic Star
Peas and Shamrocks
Picking Cotton
Ping Pong Ball Pickup
Pipe Cleaner Sculptures
Popsicle Stick Art
Q-tip Easter Egg Painting
Rainbow Trace
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
Sandpaper Gingerbread Man
Santa Windows
Scarecrow Art Activity
Scratchboard Pictures
Shapes Bus
Small Motor Games
Spider Glasses
Spider Web Plate
Snow Globe
Snowman Mobile
String Pumpkin
Sun Poke
Suspended Ball
Tennis Ball Monster
Turkey Card
Wicki Stick Fun

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