This is so much fun! Also love that it promotes finger isolation (important for good fine motor skills). 💕
Magformers are an award winning magnetic construction toy. Building with Magformers promotes creativity, visual spatial skills, coordination, problem solving and more. Great for kids of all ages and even fun for adults.
Here is one of the best Alphabet puzzles I’ve come across. Love how the wooden letters are clear without distractions and the colors are calm and beautiful.
Play dominoes the original way or match by texture. Each animal has a different texture (soft, bumpy, rough). Love these!
Replicate 12 different picture cards out of magnetic pieces to create 3D designs. Working on a vertical surfaces promotes fine motor skills while searching and matching pieces encourages visual processing and attention.Ages 3 and up.
Draw with chalk on one side then turn to the other side to create magnetic picture puzzles. This toy encourages creativity, fine motor skills, visual perception and attention.
Use these jumbo knob stamps to promote a tripod grasp, encourage eye hand coordination, teach color and shape recognition and so much more. These are also great for practicing coloring within the lines. Comes with 10 stamps. Ink pad not included.
These dry erase cards are perfect for teaching letter recognition and formation. Love them
This is one of my absolute favorite lacing toys. Attach the legs and decorate the pony anyway you'd like. This encourages creativity, fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, coordination of both hands together, concentration, self-esteem and so much more. Ages 3 and up.
Rainbow Pebbles encourage visual perception (while copying picture designs) and fine motor skills (when maneuvering the pieces). It also works on sorting (by size, color, shape), counting, stacking, sequencing, visual attention (while scanning for pebbles), sensory processing (when feeling the smooth and rubbery texture) and so much more. It can also be used to create unique designs. I would recommend this toy for every preschool classroom. Love it! Ages 3 and up.
These blocks encourage open-ended play and creativity, help refine fine motor skills and coordination, teach to grade pressure and to focus. Love them! They come in two sizes; this is the small.
Love these 3 piece magnetic animal puzzles. Attach the pieces to your fridge, then have your child work on fine motor skills, visual perceptual skills, attention and problem solving while trying to put them together. Great toy!
Better Builders is an awesome magnetic construction set for preschoolers. It encourages open-ended play, introduces to STEM concepts, and helps refine motor skills and coordination. The strong magnetic force is perfect for strengthening hands as well. 18 months and up.
This awesome toy helps develop fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and promotes problem solving. Turn it into a game or just see how high you can stack the animals without them falling.
This cutting fruit is great for introducing pretend play to preschoolers. Pulling apart the velcro fruits also promotes hand strength and using the knife to cut the fruits promotes bilateral coordination (coordination of both hands). Love it!
Bunny Boo is a 1 player strategy game for children 2-5 years old. It promotes visual perception, problem-solving, following directions, and attention.
Love this innovative visual memory game. Great for preschoolers and even older kids.
Stack Up is an awesome board game for preschoolers which teaches kids to follow directions and work together to complete a task. Stack Up also promotes fine motor development, eye-hand coordination, and matching skills.
This wooden fishing game teaches turn taking, matching, and following directions. Also using a fishing rod to "catch" fish promotes shoulder strength and stability which are necessary for good fine motor skills.
This is an excellent engineering toy that comes with 15 pieces from which kids can build either a plane, a car or a boat. 1-2-3 Build It! encourages problem-solving, motor skills, sustained attention and promotes self-esteem.
This game teaches letter recognition, following directions, and turn-taking. It also promotes fine motor development. Great game for kids 4 and up.
Count Your Chickens is a great cooperative board game for preschoolers. Here children work together to help Mother Hen collect her chicks to bring them back to the coop. This game encourages counting, matching, working together, turn taking and following directions. Ages 3 and up
Assemble the wooden blocks and towers to match the chosen pictures in the booklet. Pictures range from simple to very difficult. Castle Logix helps develop spatial reasoning, visual processing, eye hand coordination, problem solving and critical thinking. 1 player game. Ages 3 and up.
Froogz is a super engaging suction construction set that promotes fine motor skills, coordination, and hand strength. Creating interesting and creative structures also encourages imagination.
Using a magnetic rod to push the little balls down the street encourages visual scanning, eye-hand coordination, motor skills, and sustained attention. This makes for a nice introduction to maze activities. For one or two players.
Besides being silly and fun, Mr. Potato head helps work on fine motor skills, hand strength, and coordination. He's also an opportunity to get creative and artistic.
Such a wonderful way to inspire pretend play in preschoolers.
Trace the letters with a magnetized pen to hear the beads click and pop up. Then erase the beads by pushing down on each one with your fingertip. Magnatab teaches and reinforces letter formation by providing kinesthetic sensory input (awareness of muscle and joint movement), which enhances the learning process
Hix is an engaging and versatile new construction toy made out of soft silicone rubber. Each cone turns into 4 different shapes and is so much fun to stack and manipulate. Hix makes for a great fine motor and fidget toy
Playing with Play-Doh strengthens hands, promotes the development of fine motor skills and encourages bilateral coordination (use of both hands together). This toy also incorporates matching, color and shape recognition, and inspires imagination. Great toy idea!