Feed the frog! Using tweezers or tongs will help your toddler or preschooler develop the fine motor skills needed for using scissors and writing! What a fun activity that uses materials you may already have at home! "Flies" can be made from pom poms or large beads or whatever you wish!
Geometry Unit and Symmetry Activity. Great visual and hands on way for your students with special learning needs to practice symmetry. A fun and age appropriate center even for secondary grades. Get all the directions at: http://teaching-in-oz.blogspot.com/2012/10/geometry-unit-and-symmetry-activity.html
DIY Zipper Sensory Boards are easy to make & great for fine motor & sensory development. All you need are some old zips of different colours & sizes, stiff card or an old cardboard box & glue. Other Sensory Board ideas: http://www.under5s.co.nz/shop/Hot+Topics/Activities/Things+to+make/Make+your+own+sensory+board.html