Rhyme Time: Easy Ways to Teach Numbers, Counting & Maths

Glitter paint in baggies to practice writing numbers From Rhyme Time: Easy Ways to Teach Numbers, Counting & Maths

Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks. Fine motor skills

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.

thread objects on a skewer DOUGH GYM

Thread objects onto wooden sticks, skewers, or straws. Children loved doing this with Cheerios!

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 .

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers.

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers. - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Creating letter shapes with loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

Doubling activity for Funky Fingers table

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

Bear sewing cards (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Bears

A few activities linked with an interest in bears, suitable for an Early Years setting - shared by Stimulating Learning with Rachel

Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles

Draw lines on paper offer loose parts to children to use to trace lines.

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