Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Small Motor Skills Checklist Can put simple puzzles together Builds with blocks Colors mostly within the lines Draws a person with body parts Cuts with scissors on a straight line Holds and uses crayons, markers, and pencils correctly Traces lines and basic shapes Prints first name, using capital and small letters Uses paste or glue with little mess Strings beads together Uses a spoon without spilling Kindergarten Parent InfoGuide Building Motor Skills – Item 796 Copyrighted Material 2016 Edition WOODBURN PRESS Here is a checklist of some of the small motor skills that children typically master before and during Kindergarten. Your support and involvement are keys to your child’s success in school! If you are looking for more ways to help build motor skills at home, talk to your child’s teacher. When parents and teachers work together, great things can happen. ©Copyright Woodburn Press LLC all rights reserved This digital publication was presented by: