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Mark making dice. Roll the dice and copy the pattern. EYFS

Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today!

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! - could use tweezers and beads in jars to strengthen hands for writing

Numicon & aqua beads on rockmyclassroom.com

Use aqua beads with numicon shapes. Fish out a shape, then fill it in with beads, counting out loud!

Always good to find something different to do with a Tuff Spot. Great for motor skills and also talking about textures and materials. (missamyp)

Tough spot weaving- develops gross and fine motor skills, problem solving, pattern creation, concentration skills

Fine motor and counting fun with tweezers, numbers and stars from Rachel (",)

Firework-Inspired

Funky fingers

Great for developing mental maths. Could be adapted to include times tables for Year One continuous provision.

Research shows that fine motor skills are linked to success in writing and academics. I just HAVE to share some of the super fun activitie...

Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words. This would be great to use in an autism classroom while learning long vowel sounds with silent e

Making Faces. Loose parts in the finger gym.

Using natural and recycled materials, students have expressed creativity and visual representations of various emotions and facial expressions.

Toddler Fine Motor Skills: Hammer and Matchsticks

Toddler Fine Motor Skills: Hammer and Matchsticks

Have fun with this toddler fine motor skills activity using match-sticks, a toy hammer and a foam block!