Cute Bunny Tails Activity Improve Fine Motor Skills This Spring

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In last week's Fine Motor Fridays post  I shared that I am a bit obsessed with activities that use Velcro and color activities.  Well, today's bunny tails fine motor activity incorporates colors and yet another obsession: clothespins!  Velcro, colors, & clothespins-- OH MY!  Enjoy this color matching bunny tails activity.  

It is a perfect spring themed fine motor skills activity!

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Preschool Color Matching Activity 

Color Matching Bunny Tails is a simple and engaging activity for your toddler or preschooler.   It works on color matching and fine motor skills.  I also think the tiny clothespins we used required extra hand-eye coordination and concentration.

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Making the rabbits was the most time consuming part of the whole activity.  I found a rabbit template that I liked online and with a little free hand alterations, I came up with something I was happy with.

I traced my template onto cardboard and the scrapbook paper, and then cut them out. I used cardboard so that the bunnies would be a bit more sturdy while being used with little hands, although, if you have access to a laminator, you could skip the cardboard.

Next, glue your pom poms onto the clothespins.

Finally, invite your child to come explore, match colors, and work on his/her fine motor skills.
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All three kiddos had their hands on this activity at the very same time, so needless to say I don't have very many good pictures as someone was always moving and/or in the way.  However, I think the pictures shown are pretty self-explanatory.  If you have any other questions, please let me know!
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Hoppy color matching! hehe!
fine motor color matching

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