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Craft Jack-O-Lantern using pins and face parts for fine motor skills

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I was in a speech therapist’s room this week and she had a foam craft pumpkin with foam jack-o-lantern face parts stuck on using velcro.  This was cute, and I was just going to show pictures of her pumpkin, and then I found some foam face parts at Michaels.  I pinned those parts on, but wasn’t thrilled with them all, so I made some of my own and then laminated them.

jack o lantern face1

I made them from my magnetic Mr. Potato Head activity and some other face parts that I have been working on.

jack o lantern face2

I used pins with balls on them, but any type of pin could be used depending on how challenging you want it to be.

face parts copy jack o lantern face3 Materials:

Skills:

  • fine motor
  • visual perceptual

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.

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