What is Fine Motor Boot Camp?

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Established in 2015, and backed by research,  Fine Motor Boot Camp consists of 25 reusable activities that use simple, readily available materials. Our curriculum has been used by parents and schools across the world as a simple way to enrich children’s cognitive, language and fine motor skills.

Fine Motor Boot Camp is not just for children receiving special education services. With a focus on Guided Play, our program is made for every child at every ability level. Each activity gently guides the participants on how to build cognition, model language and differentiate fine motor tasks for everyone to feel successful.  Want to learn more? Click below:

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What People Are Saying About Fine Motor Boot Camp

The Fine Motor Boot Camp system is the perfect combination of simplicity, efficiency and fun. The thoughtfully planned (reusable) kits (containing a language and fine motor activity which highlight concepts such as colors, numbers, activities of daily living, cutting and letters) are small and can easily be stored, packed and carried. The kits are made out of readily available and inexpensive materials that can be quickly reproduced if needed. The children are using "real life" objects that they find so fascinating, such as paint stirrers, clothes pins and buttons.  The program also includes “challengers” and “simplifiers” for each activity to ensure that ALL children are successful and challenged.

- Itinerant Teacher



Please note that the products and the information presented on this website and linked social media are not replacements for evaluation/ treatment of Occupational or Speech Therapy services. The information on this website is provided as general information only and is not intended to provide specific medical advice for any individual and should not be used for that purpose.  If you have concerns regarding your child's development, please contact his/ her pediatrician for further information. In addition, These activities are designed to be done in a highly supervised setting.  This website is the opinion of an individual and is not to be construed as professional advice or a professional relationship between the reader and the writer.