Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play
Colourful, scented, sticky and fun: we’re learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play. Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play Sometimes my daughter talks me into things. I remember jelly (jello) fondly from my childhood birthday parties when it used to be served with a satisfying plop on top of a bowl […]
Pregnancy, baby and toddler health information at BabyCentre UK
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Play Dough Ice Cream Play
We've enjoyed some gorgeous weather here recently, & when the sun shines nothing quite beats an ice cream! :) Minnie loves it, so I thought an ice cream stand (with the pretend variety) would make a perfect role play area for her. We made up a batch of playdough, & once cooled we split it into four & added food colouring to create the different flavours. Minnie asked for strawberry, chocolate, & mint, & I added vanilla. For the chocolate ice cream we rolled the playdough in cocoa powder…
10 Great ways to use a Tuff Spot
Tuff spots are a great way to involve children of all ages in fun and messy activities, here are 10 great ways to use your Tuff spot.
Spring sensory play tub with carrots - NurtureStore
Such a fun spring sensory play tub, with extra ideas for spring activities for kids.
Home - New Horizons Preschool
A school for innovative early education New Horizons Preschool is an independent private preschool and our quality learning program for 3 to 5 year old children is unique to Tasmania. Our individualised program brings a strong sense of learning, … Continue reading →
Natalie's Story Spoons
The Three Little Pigs! Story spoons in action! Retelling, children, EYFS, early years, literacy, C&L, communication, play, learning! Natalie
Small World: Building Site
Since discovering how good our Step2 water table is as a centre for Small World play, I've been keen to come up with different scenarios to stimulate his imaginative play. Using Happyland style toys has always been difficult for him, as it is for many other children.