>Target practice time! Grab some elastics and aim for a target. If you don’t have a target, you can make one out of cardboard or a piece of paper. Draw circles on it–different circles equal different points! The circles can be random (all over the paper or cardboard), or they can be inside each other with each smaller circle being more and more points.
Make this a family activity: Target practice together!
This activity promotes aiming skills, predictive skills, and fine motor skills.