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Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks.

Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks. New cool idea for working on fine motor muscles and hand eye coordination. Easy to set up and mess-free. Read more at: www.

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern

Weaving Cute Baby Turtles Using God's Eye Weaving Pattern

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern. While this is a great art project, it's good as a busy hands/ meditation activity as well

How high is your tower? Maths and finger strengthening too... turn over the timer... throw the dice... build your tower using the tweezers .. keep score ... best of three! LH

How high is your tower? Maths and finger strengthening too. turn over the timer. throw the dice. build your tower using the tweezers . keep score .

Fine motor sticky dot fun... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles

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!

Fine-motor fun with pipe-cleaners, beads and colanders on the Finger Gym - from Rachel (",)

Gradual Admission

Photocopy or photograph our collection of plastic little people & make a matching board for the children to find the matching person & match or add it to the pattern (",)

We purchased bamboo trays, to use on table tops, to offer friends opportunities to work individually and alongside others. They have proved .

Activity Time. Yarn Wrapped Cows

I saw this idea at Evie's preschool, apart from they had been yarn wrapping sheep! I added black foam shapes to make these yarn wrapped .

Fine motor hole-punch fun... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles

Balancing at the Finger Gym from Rachel (",)

Balance & Slopes

Munch Balls! Easy to make by cutting a slit in a tennis ball. Add google eyes and squeeze hard to open the mouth. Feed the Munch Ball pasta using tweezers. It's great fun!

„Und rein in die Schnute!“

Preschool fine motor activity - slice a tennis ball. Thumb and fingers must squeeze the ball to open the "mouth" and insert small materials.

Finger Gym in my FS2 class

amount and number match Activity will develop physical - fine motor skills Cognitive- brain and numbers