# Fine Motor Skills Worksheets for 3-Year-Olds

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## Red and Green Worksheet

Engage your kids in fun exercises and colorful pictures to help build their vocabulary. Start with a colorful worksheet - can they identify the colors? Guide them to draw a line from each picture in the middle to the correct color. It's a great way to boost their vocabulary and have fun at the same time!
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## Ten Spots Worksheet

Kids love ladybugs! Ask them to tell you what stands out most--the spots. Show them a picture and help them count the spots. Trace a line to the group with 10 spots for a fun counting lesson.
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## Line up the Tigers Worksheet

Give your preschoolers the right tools to succeed in math. Show them pictures of animals, then have them count the stripes and check the box that shows the tigers lined up in the right order. This will help them understand and make their journey easier.
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## Counting Eggs Worksheet

This worksheet is great for teaching kindergarteners to count and add numbers. It includes colorful pictures of eggs with numbers to trace. Help students count the eggs and draw a line to the right number. This will make learning fun and easy!
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## Adding in the Arctic Worksheet

Introduce your kids to the Arctic with this worksheet. Let them look at the pictures, teach them the name of the animals, and help them add up the correct number. Ask your kids to tell you some of the animals found there and what the weather is like. It's a fun and educational way to learn more about the Arctic.
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## Eight Geese Worksheet

Assess your child's counting skills with this worksheet. Help them count the geese in each group, then trace a line from the groups showing 8. Give your kids a boost by providing lots of exercises and learning aids to help with counting. They likely count objects they come across, like spoons and stones. Use this opportunity to give them practice and help them learn.
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## Triceratops Counting to 9 Worksheet

This little triceratops is here to help kids learn to count! Dinosaurs lived long before us and we've never seen one alive, but through research, we know a lot about them. Let the dinosaur help trace on the line from 1 to 9 for a fun counting practice.
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## Build with 9 Worksheet

Your students' learning journey can be challenging, but ultimately rewarding. This worksheet helps them practice counting: count the logs in all the groups and circle those with 9 logs.
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## 8 Petals Worksheet

Help your children master counting with this fun worksheet. It's filled with colorful flowers and they must count the petals and check the flowers with 8 petals. It's a great way to practice their counting skills and have some fun too!
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## Apple Tree Counting Worksheet

Help your kids perfect their counting skills with this fun exercise. Get them to count the apples on the 5 trees and circle the ones with 9. It's great that they are learning to count at school and you can keep the excitement going at home. This colorful worksheet will help your children practice and perfect their counting.
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## Count the Stegosaurus's Spikes Worksheet

Dinosaurs walked the earth long before humans, meaning no contact was made before they became extinct. Scientists have used research and diggings to find out about these animals, even giving them names. In this worksheet, help your students count the spikes on the stegosaurus and circle the correct answer.
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## Counting Spider Eyes Worksheet

Did you know different spiders have different eye numbers? Kids will love learning this fact and solving the spider word problems on this free worksheet! Word problems promote a deeper understanding of the concept, plus they get to add up the spiders’ eyes while solving addition problems with more than one addend. Fun and math all in one!
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## Counting Seedlings Worksheet

Understanding math word problems is key. Multiple steps can prove challenging - this free worksheet provides one-to-one picture representation to help kids solve multi-step addition word problems. Strengthen addition skills by choosing the matching picture to the answer.
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## Find 7 Eggs Worksheet

Mama chicken needs help counting her eggs! Have your child use one-to-one number representation to count and circle the nests that have seven eggs with this free and fun worksheet. Picture representation is a great way to start building math skills. Download this PDF and make math time fast and enjoyable!
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## Find 7 Worksheet

Counting seahorses in groups of 7 is fun and educational with this free worksheet. Kids practice counting, one-to-one number representation, and check off the correct answers, all while admiring the brightly colored seahorses. A great way to make learning enjoyable!
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## 6 Parrots Worksheet

Love parrots? Here's a free worksheet to help your children practice counting to six with colorful parrot representations! Kids will adore counting the parrots and checking off groups of six - and it won't even feel like math! Just a fun way to make some new and exciting friends.
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## Honey Bee Counting Worksheet

Help your kids learn about honey bees while practising their counting skills! Show them the picture and ask them to point out the bee. Then, give them this worksheet and have them count up to 6, connecting the dots as they go. Numbers are provided for guidance - it's a great way to have fun and learn!
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## Frog Countdown Worksheet

Make learning fun for kids with traceable printouts! This exercise has kids counting frogs and drawing a line to match the number. Expand their knowledge with activities like this, beyond the basics they learn in school. Help them explore new ways of learning and make it enjoyable.
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## Letters X and Q Tracing Worksheet

Do you want your students to improve writing and letter recognition? This worksheet is a great place to start! Kids can trace the letters «X» and «Q» and identify pictures that match each letter. With a little encouragement, they'll do a great job!
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## Letters W and Z Tracing Worksheet

Kids will go on a safari exploration of letters W and Z with this worksheet. Students will trace «W» and «Z» and then help the zebra find their watering hole, only following the path of the «W» and «Z» words among many others. It'll be a fun learning activity!
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## Letter U Tracing Worksheet

Your students can have fun and learn about the alphabet with this letter «U» worksheet. Pre-schoolers will trace the letter «U», circle words with the letter sound, and learn phonics while boosting their confidence. Doing these tasks will help them understand the letter more.
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## Letter I Tracing Worksheet

Kids can hone tracing, writing and identifying skills for the letter 'I' with this worksheet. Whether visual or reading/writing learners, every child can benefit from the tasks - tracing, writing and circling objects beginning with 'I'. This free sheet will soon get preschoolers confident with the 'I' letter!
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## Letter D and G Tracing Worksheet

Kids can explore their imagination with the 'Alphabet: Letters D and G' worksheet! They'll trace capital and lowercase "D" and "G" and trace a line from the words. Colorful animals and objects make the task more fun and entertaining!
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## Letters B and F Tracing Worksheet

Does your kid know the letters B and F? This tracing sheet helps them practice by tracing each letter, then drawing a line from a bee and a flower to related words. Recognizing words with pictures develops a great skill, and students will master it in no time!
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