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Sticker Activity Sheet for Fine Motor Skill Development and Strengthening

This sticker activity sheet for fine motor skill development is super cute, hand-drawn and you can download and print it for FREE!

This sticker activity sheet for fine motor skill development is super cute, hand-drawn and you can download and print it for FREE!

Do you need a new activity to engage students to work on the muscles and fine motor skills needed for handwriting? This fine motor development sticker challenge is perfect.

The object of the sticker activity sheet is to complete the pictures on the page with the small stickers. I love the hand-drawn creative images created by school-based Occupational Therapist, Jennifer Dodge.

Another fantastic way to use these is using Q-tips dipped in paint to dab on the dots or to practice drawing small circles.

You may have used other materials created by her such as the Pencil Obstacles Courses #1, Pencil Obstacles Courses #2 and Poke Pictures. If you have any students who are difficult to motivate or who benefit from the novelty factory you will want to check out the unique nature of her hand-drawn designs that make her activities one of a kind!

Benefits of the Sticker Activity Sheet Freebie

This sticker activity sheet helps children to practice:

  • fine pincer grasp
  • thumb-index stability
  • “shift” movements
  • stability through the “power” side of the hand
  • wrist extension
  • stabilizing on the side of the hand
  • hand-eye coordination

Watch the Sticker Activity Sheet in Action

Check out this video of a young student completing the sticker activity sheet.

Mini Sticker Dot Challenge Packet

This freebie is from the complete Mini Sticker Dot Challenge packet. If you are looking for a new, fun occupational therapy designed activity for elementary-aged children to work on fine motor-visual development (and some math objectives) while having fun, then these unique, hand-drawn, Mini Sticker Dot Challenges are awesome!  This activity packet was created by school-based Occupational Therapist, Jennifer Dodge. FIND OUT MORE.

Looking for a new, fun occupational therapy designed activity for elementary-aged children to work on fine motor-visual development (and some math objectives) while having fun?  These unique, hand-drawn, Mini Sticker Dot Challenges are awesome!  This activity packet was created by school-based Occupational Therapist, Jennifer Dodge.

Download your FREE Sticker Activity Sheet

You can download your FREE sticker activity sheet for fine motor skill development here.

This sticker activity sheet for fine motor skill development is super cute, hand-drawn and you can download and print it for FREE!