Finger Gym

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Finger Gym - threading pipe cleaners, toddler activity for fine motor skill development Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Motor Skills Activities, Gross Motor Skills, Preschool Activities, Movement Activities, Preschool Curriculum, Free Preschool

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...

Phonic Finger Gym - matching CVC words with their picture plus some fine motor control built inHoly crap how cool is this? Now, where to find those tiny locks!Finger gym table- read the tag and unlock the padlock. Motor Skills Activities, Phonics Activities, Gross Motor Skills, Classroom Activities, Nursery Activities, Cutting Activities, Phonics Lessons, Preschool Centers, Preschool Literacy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...

Finger Gym - wrap a stick Ideal as a morning table top activity - ideal to get little fingers ready for writing! - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!Fingerplays for preschoolers with Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Motor Skills Activities, Gross Motor Skills, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Reggio Emilia, Finger Gym, Funky Fingers, Finger Plays

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...

Baby Bird Eats the Worm! {fine motor sensory bin}- Baby Bird Eats the Worm! {fine motor sensory bin} feed worms to the baby birds fine motor, color sorting sensory bin from Modern Preschool - Preschool Classroom, Preschool Learning, In Kindergarten, Learning Activities, Creative Curriculum Preschool, Preschool Ideas, Fine Motor Preschool Activities, Family Activities, Pet Theme Preschool

Baby Bird Eats the Worm! {fine motor sensory bin}

Sensory bin filled with colorful pipe cleaner worms for preschoolers to use fine motor skills to sort colors while feeding the baby birds!

We drew a variety of patterns on a large sheet of paper, we then set up a range . Eyfs Activities, Motor Skills Activities, Gross Motor Skills, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Inquiry Based Learning, Finger Gym, Funky Fingers, Tuff Tray

We drew a variety of patterns on a large sheet of paper, we then set up a range of different resources for the children to use to follow the patterns. We also added the tweezers to create extra opportunities to practice using our fine motor skills :)

“Grabbing Spiders Through the Web” Fine Motor Activity (from The Little Montessori School / Ms. Stephanie's Preschool) “Grabbing Spiders Through the Web” Fine Motor Activity (from The Little Montessori School / Ms. Sensory Activities, Toddler Activities, Halloween Preschool Activities, Kindergarten Activities, October Preschool Crafts, Occupational Therapy Activities, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Nursery Activities, Toddler Games

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An outdoor invitation to cut! Scissors aren't just for paper - what else can we cut? What does it feel like? Are certain leaves or things easier/harder to cut? Cutting Activities, Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Family Activities, Outdoor Activities, Teaching Activities, Eyfs Classroom, Outdoor Classroom, Curiosity Approach Eyfs

Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky on Instagram: “Today’s tuff tray, real plants to cut, to work on cutting skills. #eyfsteacher #eyfstufftray #eyfsteachersofinstagram #eyfstuffspot”

An outdoor invitation to cut! Scissors aren't just for paper - what else can we cut? What does it feel like? Are certain leaves or things easier/harder to cut?