Below you'll find a multi-step fine motor and graphomotor activity. It took my OT kids about three 30-minute sessions to complete. First, I had them color the tree and cat. Then to work on hand strengthening, thumb opposition and finger coordination skills, I had them snip pieces of construction paper to make "leaves". In the past, I've also used tissue paper and had them "tear and roll" the pieces into small balls. You could always tear apart real leaves or even use colored pasta or beans.
There's a couple ways you can modify it, so be creative and enjoy.
As you can see, one page has wider writing lines, depending on the age/abilities of your child.