DIY Paintbrushes from different sensory materials and clothespins for handles.  This is a great way to explore textures in art and  a precursor activity when introducing print making to young ones.

Make Your Own DIY Paintbrushes for Kids!

Fun and easy DIY paintbrushes that get kids creating! Use with different "textures" of paint for even more possibilities. These are fun for every day painting or would make a great activity for a kids art themed party.

Provocation... from A classroom full of curiosity and wonder (",)

Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…

Provocation... from A classroom full of curiosity and wonder (",)

Autumn Tree Threading Activity for developing fine motor skills :: Wings and Roots

Autumn Tree Fine Motor Threading

mixed Autumn Tree Threading Activity for developing fine motor skills :: Wings and Roots

Fine motor work for preschoolers using nature finds!

Nature Threading

Fine motor work for preschoolers using nature finds! (fall crafts for kids fine motor skills)

Jaspers Beanstalk inspired, Early years maths measuring outdoor challenge.

Non standard measure activity

17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum - Differentiated Kindergarten

17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum

Aight word practice: 17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum - Differentiated Kindergarten

Herby Play Dough by Rachel (",)

Herby Play Dough perfect for sensory play 💕

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning | Stimulating Learning

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash

Loose parts invitation from Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning

Sorting different materials

Sorting different materials, phonetic reading too

make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - these are brilliant!

DIY: light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane.

Magnetic sorting investigation.

(Pin N) Magnetic sorting investigation- children can explore ideas engaging with and co-constructing meaning through play- based learning. Children resource their own learning through connecting with material and exploring ideas and theories through play.

scissor skills activity with jello :: learn to use scissors :: fine motor sensory play

Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play

My daughter loves super squishy jelly for a messy play time.

I love this provocation. Pictures of robots with construction materials for creating your own.

Robot provocation: pictures of robots with construction materials for creating your own

Finger Gym - wrap a stick

Finger Gym - wrap a stick Ideal as a morning table top activity - ideal to get little fingers ready for writing!

A large tray of PVA glue for mark-making - also great for supporting gross motor movement & pattern making as well as more fine-motor dexterity (",)

Making Snow...and other Early Years Practice.

Making Snow…and other Early Years Practice.

ideas for fine motor dexterity #abcdoes #finemotor #funkyfingers #eyfs

Fine-motor skill ideas- less dangerous than a piece of wood and nails. I'll have to get him a squash ;

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