Kindergarten Fine Motor and Basic Skills Worksheets
Kindergarten Fine Motor Skills
Kindergarten Fine Motor Skills
This page includes kindergarten worksheets related to fine motor skill development, visual perception, and a variety of kindergarten concepts. Providing your child with a variety of opportunities to use their hands is another great way to build fine motor skills. Gardening, coloring, cutting, stringing beads, and kneading dough are great activities.
Depending upon your child's abilities, you may wish to review our preschool fine motor skills worksheets.
It is our hope that the worksheets here will be an extension to the learning that is currently taking place in kindergarten. These kindergarten worksheets are intended to enhance your child's skills and introduce new concepts in a fun, stress-free manner.
Kindergarten Fine Motor Skills Worksheets
Cut and Paste
Build A House Cut and Paste Activity - Students will cut out the house and shapes, then paste them together to make a picture.
Dinosaur Cut and Paste - Students will color the dinosaurs, then cut out the pieces and paste them together to make a complete dinosaur.
Farm Animal Cut and Paste - Color the farm animals, then cut and paste sections together to make a cow, pig, horse, and chicken.
Halloween Cut and Paste Worksheet - Color, cut, and paste the Halloween picture halves together to make a complete picture.
Tracing Practice: Worksheet 1 - Trace shapes and dots to complete the picture of a house and a boat.
Trace the Butterfly - Encourage pencil control and color recognition when tracing aand coloring the butterfly.
Trace the Snail - Trace and color the snail yellow and green.
Clown Maze - Students will find the path through a bow tie maze, then draw a tie on the clown.
Frog to Lily Pad Maze - Help the frog get to the lily pad.
Connect the Dots
Letter S Connect the Dots - Connect the dots from 1-20 to see an animal whose name begins with s. Write the names of additional animals whose names begin with s.
Draw the Butterfly - Students will complete the drawing of a butterfly then color it with their favorite colors.
Yummy and Yucky - Students will draw a picture of the yummiest and yuckiest foods they have ever tasted! This is a fun page to include in "about me" units.
Leaf Shadow Match - Draw a line to match each leaf with its shadow.
Seashell Shadow Match - Draw a line to match each seashell with its shadow.
Same Size: Vegetables - Students will color the two vegetables in each row that are the same size.
Same Size: Fruits - Students will color the two fruits in each row that are the same size.
Same Size: Toys - Visual perception skills are utilized when determining which two items in each row are the same size.
Same Size: Sea Creatures - Students will identify and color the two sea creatures in each row that are the same size.
Pink Pig, Brown Pig: Worksheet 2 - This is a fun worksheet incorporating color recognition, counting to 9, and visual perception.
Barnyard Colors - This farm related worksheet focuses on following directions and color recognition.
Building Color Words: Worksheet 1 - Students will write the color words purple, yellow, red, and blue in the tiles, then color the pictures.
Building Color Words: Worksheet 2 - Write the words brown, pink, green, and orange in the tiles, then color the pictures.
Mandy Monkey - This worksheet reinforces color word recognition and promotes fine motor skills. Students will trace the color words, and color each can of paint as labeled.
Painter Pete Learns His Colors - Fun printable book features pictures to color, dotted color words to trace, and a certificate of achievement.
Painter Pete - Students will improve word recognition, reading, and fine motor skills when coloring the paint cans to match the colors on each label.