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20 Tips and Tricks to Help Early Learners with Fine Motor Skills

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Are your early learners having trouble with fine motor tasks? This fast-paced webinar will cover 30 strategies that you can take back to your classroom and implement right away. Join Melissa Mann as she shares tips and strategies she uses every day that can help develop and improve motor skills. She will include strategies that help students who have trouble writing letters, have sensory issues, or have trouble with motor tasks in general. While the approaches discussed are geared towards early learners, many of the strategies covered would be useful to special needs students or older students who struggle with motor skills.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Saturday, April 6, 2019 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Early Learners, Learning Theories & Strategies, Special Education
Tags: coordination, early elementary, fine motor skills, motor tasks, PreK-2, sensory issues, special needs

Reviews (46)

Great ideas in this webinar. Some I have used but plenty of new ideas to implement with my kiddos.
Full Member
Thank you!
This one has been my favorite one so far. Great ideas!
Basic Member
Super helpful. I am able to use many ideas right away tomorrow.
Thanks for all of the links!
Full Member
This was excellent! Thank you for all the resources!
Full Member
The index card with hole punch and pipe cleaner with beads would be easy to implement for distance learning. Thanks for all the good information on strengthening fine motor skills.
Very interesting. This is also very important in the fine arts.

I do wish on the on demand webinars the site would put the backchannel and other links in the description where it would be easily accessed by the viewer.
Melissa can an outstanding presentation! It was filled was helpful ways to bring ways to help our Early Childhood Students. Using the Pincer fingers and strengthening them at an early age is very important. Excellent job sharing this info and all those websites.
Full Member
Great, and super informative!
She was great! New ideas to implement for the upcoming school year!
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