Finger gym

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Fun way to practice facts- math center?

Kinder Inspiration

Keys and locks with numbers on them. This activity can be changed in many different ways. Credit: Unknown (please let me know whose picture this is)

Using the wooden sewing discs with nuts and bolts - from Rachel (",)

DIY Resources - Stimulating Learning

A few simple-to-make DIY resources to use in the Early Years classroom - from Rachel

funky fingers. finger gym. fine motor skills. Pine cone and elastic band fine motor activity

Fine Motor Activity for Preschoolers- pine cones and elastic bands

Set up a super-simple fine motor activity for kids using pine cones and elastic bands! Great for strengthening those little hand muscles for writing.

Fine motor 'fireworks' from Rachel (",)

Bonfire Night - Stimulating Learning

Activities related to bonfire night and the story 'A Dark, Dark Tale' - from Rachel (",)

Stick worms (wrapping sticks with pipe-cleaners) from Rachel (",)

Snakes, Worms & Bugs! - Stimulating Learning

A few activities related to snakes, worms & bugs in the early years classroom from Rachel (",)

Finger Gym - wrap a stick

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 71,083 likes · 567 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the...

Sensorimotor Activity of the Week – Painting with Sound - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Sensorimotor Activity of the Week – Painting with Sound

Editor's Note: LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this!! [Source: No Time for Flashcards] This painting with sound activity was too brilliant to not share. It’s a perfect addition to a 5 senses theme. I can’t claim any credit for this other than choosing a great preschool for my kids. This came directly from my daughter’s teachers and when I saw it Wednesday I gasped because it’s pretty rare when I see something new to me. The only thing I changed was to put it on a vertical surface but that was because I was…

Loose parts that encourage fine motor skill development and probably lots of mathmatical concepts being learned :)

Stomping in the Mud

Our little Stompers' imaginations and creative energy flourished during our cold and wet February. They filled their time with us by exploring, socialising, climbing, jumping and balancing, with an energy that is always surprising to us no matter how challenging the weather is. I heard they were making apple pie in the wheel barrow....Yum! See you in April. Thanks for Stomping by!

Cutting pasta - from An idea on Tuesday (",)

Counting With Pasta

If you are anything like me and you hate to throw away pasta if you have cooked too much, but is no longer safe to eat, I have some perfect activities for you to do with your toddler. 1. Counting Pieces of Pasta Put out some tongs, leftover penne pasta, edicole dye with eye droppers for pasta sauce and glitter to be used as Parmesan cheese!! Write the numbers you won't your child to learn on disposable plates, get them to count out that number of pasta and have a pretend dinner party. 2…

Sewing is a great activity to do with young children to develop their fine motor abilities. I have a low table in the classroom with ...

Sewing Table-A Collaborative Fine Motor Experience

Sewing is a great activity to do with young children to develop their fine motor abilities. I have a low table in the classroom with ...