Today is Fine Motor Friday and we have a huge announcement to share as we announce the launch of our second book! To promote it I am sharing an awesome collection of Pincer Grasp Activities for toddlers and preschoolers. Affiliate links are used in this post.
If you are here to score some sweet pincer grasp activities then I’m guessing you love fine motor skills activities as much we do.
We love them so much, in fact, that we wrote a book about them. Wait- scratch that- we wrote TWO books about them!
They each include all sorts of busy bags, life skills, crafts, seasonal activities and more to get your little one’s hands working.
Okay now let’s get to those awesome pincer grasp ideas!
A child’s grasp develops over time, passing through several stages. Pincer grasp usually starts around the toddler age and is a key fine motor skill that parents and educators love to work on. When you make it fun, kids will love it too! Check out Sugar Aunt’s description of the different pinch grasps we use in life.
Pincer Grasp Activities
Be sure to click through for all the details of each activity:
Pin Poking Activity from Living Montessori Now
Feed the Birds Pincer Grasp Clothespin Activity from Powerful Mothering
RELATED: 20 Fine Motor Clothespins Activities
Preschool Fine Motor Art from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Make Cereal Ornaments and Bracelets from Happy Hooligans
Play Dough Pinch Strength Challenge from Lalymom
RELATED BOOK: 99 Fine Motor Activities
Work with Nuts and Bolts on a Woodworking Board from How Wee Learn
This Fine Motor Rainbow Ball from Still Playing School will make your child feel like a magician!
Colorful Neat Pincer Grasp Activity from Sugar Aunts (I love how they made this one!)
Make a DIY Ribbon Pull Toy from Lalymom
Pom Pom Collages – 2 Ways from Craftulate
Beads and Feathers from Sugar Aunts
I love these two simple, no-prep pincer grasp activities on Growing Hands-on Kids
Or this awesome Ribbon Pull Board from Still Playing School
Make a Mini Fine Motor Skills Tray with tons of pincer grasp activities from Little Bins for Little Hands
Beading a Toothpick and Other Ways to Play with Play Dough from Happy Brown House
Okay so which of these super fun pincer grasp activities are you going to prep first? Or which ones am I missing?
Fine Motor Fridays
As we do most Fridays, my Fine Motor Fridays girls and I are sharing lots of great fine motor skills activities. To see what everyone else has been up to this week, click through to the links below!
Fine Motor Color Learning Ideas from Powerful Mothering
Fine Motor Alphabet Ideas from Stir the Wonder
Storybook Inspired Fine Motor Activities from School Time Snippets
Ultimate Collection of 45+ Scissor Skills Activities from Craftulate
Fine Motor Painting Activities from House of Burke
Fine Motor Math Activities from And Next Comes L
Color Sorting Fine Motor Ideas from Still Playing School
Fine Motor Art Ideas from Our Whimsical Days
Favorite Fine Motor Tools for Science Activities from Little Bins for Little Hands