how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec?--) so fun! great for fine motor development!

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

Bottle and lid matching activity {great fine motor and totally inspiring me for something else! }

Bottle and lid matching activity - great idea for an OT activity! Definitely targets fine motor skills, visual motor, and cognitive skills! So simple!

understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

MEASUREMENT understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

Really good Early Years Number activity which even the boys love.

eally good Early Years Number activity - great fine motor skill practice - could use color matching or shapes etc.

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars

The manipulative for this weeks is small toys. I couldn& resist making a play activity based on Adam& favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.

Count and Sort Posting Box Maths Game. Fine motor, baby grip, rotating objects, concentration, problem solving etc.

Count and Sort Posting Box Maths Game

The Imagination Tree: Count and Sort Posting Box Maths Game. Great idea for toddlers.

Use old bottles and pom poms for simple counting and sorting maths games and motor skills fun! With lots of ways to play and learn, these are a great addition to the maths area at home or school.

Sort and Count Maths Bottles

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.


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