Our basic motor skills worksheets are designed for young children, to begin their educational journey. One of the first thing children need to master is how to hold and use a pencil correctly, to be able to coordinate between the hand and the eyes, in preparation for writing. These basic motor skills worksheets are designed to help aid children in these functions, to give them the confidence for moving on to writing, drawing and more. To help with other motor skills, each worksheet could be printed out and used as cutting stencils, to further develop their fine motor skills.

All our worksheets are in pdf format, so you will need Adobe Acrobat or a similar pdf reader software.

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Learn how to hold a pencil properly, trace the lines to help gain basic motor skills, giving a great grounding for learning to write. Or print out and use for cutting along the lines, to develop cutting skills and even more hand-eye coordination.



Pencil Skills, Lines
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Learn how to hold a pencil properly, trace the curved lines to help gain basic motor skills, giving a great grounding for learning to write. Or print out and use for cutting along the curved lines, to develop cutting skills and even more hand-eye coordination.



Pencil Skills, Curves
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Learn how to hold a pencil properly, trace the wavy lines to help gain basic motor skills, giving a great grounding for learning to write. Or print out and use for cutting along the wavy lines, to develop cutting skills and even more hand-eye coordination.



Pencil Skills, Waves
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