20 Fine Motor & Sensory Kids Activities for Easter

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Easter is almost here. Today I wanted to share with you some fun fine motor and sensory kids activities for Easter that are easy for all ages. There are a lot of great ideas here for toddlers up to elementary school-age children.

20 fine motor and sensory activities for Easter. www.GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

There are so many fun activities out there though for Easter that have to do with bunnies, eggs, and jelly beans that I decided to do a round-up of my favorites. These activities below are still fun to add to your child's week, especially right before Easter.

10 Fine Motor Kids Activities for Easter

Torn Paper Nest – Happy Brown House

Bubble Wrap Easter Eggs – The Chaos And The Clutter

Easter Egg Stamping with Potatoes – How Wee Learn

Confetti Eggs – Still Playing School

Play Dough Easter Egg Art – The Mommy Talks

Easter Play Dough – Happy Hooligans

Easter Fine Motor Learning – Rubber Boots And Elf Shoes

Cross Fingerprint Craft – Meaningful Mama

Painting Foil Easter Eggs – Planet Smarty Pants

Simple Easter Games for Kids – Little Bins for Little Hands

10 Sensory Kids Activities for Easter

Easter Sensory Tub – Teaching Mama

Easter Sensory Sink – Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails

Easter Egg Sensory Bottles – House of Burke

Easter Egg Color Match – Little Bins for Little Hands

Easter Egg Tracing and Cutting Activities – Little Bins for Little Hands

Easy Pom Pom Painted Easter Bunny – Happy Toddler Playtime

Jelly Bean Sensory Paint – Frogs, Snails & Puppy Dog Tails

Colored Rice Easter Egg Art – Where Imagination Grows

Raspberry Foam Bunnies – Crayon Box Chronicles

Glow in the Dark Egg Shakers – Happily Ever Mom

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Photo of an Easter sensory bin for toddlers filled with Easter grass, eggs, pipe cleaners, cookie cutters, and more.

Heather Greutman, COTA

Heather Greutman is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant with experience in school-based OT services for preschool through high school. She uses her background to share child development tips, tools, and strategies for parents, educators, and therapists. She is the author of many ebooks including The Basics of Fine Motor Skills, and Basics of Pre-Writing Skills, and co-author of Sensory Processing Explained: A Handbook for Parents and Educators.

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  1. So many fun activities! I love the potato prints from How Wee Learn – they are so pretty 🙂

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