Fine Motor Practice at Snack Time

Who says you can’t play with your food? Well, my husband does sometimes, but as long as it doesn’t make a mess and the food actually gets eaten, he’s okay with it 😉

N enjoyed this quick and simple Fine Motor Practice at Snack Time a while ago, using his beloved Cheerios. I can assure you, they all got eaten in the end 🙂

Simple and fun fine motor practice for toddlers at snack time with Cheerios and a skewer!


I wrote this post over on Living Life and Learning, so click the link to head on over and read all about it!


Are you looking for other fine motor activities for toddlers? Check out these!

Hearts Fine Motor Practice

Fine Motor Play with Screws and Anchors

Invitation to Play with a Cupcake Tin

Muffin Tin Fine Motor Practice from Powerful Mothering

Play Dough Sensory Mud from Stir the Wonder

Snowball Drop Fine Motor Activity from Mom Inspired Life


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