3 Simple but Fun Cup Twisting Games on Lalymom.com - How cool! What a fun way to work on fine motor skills and bilateral coordination!

3 Cup Twisting Fine Motor Games

Fine Motor Activities - 3 Simple but Fun Cup Twisting Games great for bilateral coordination

Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart. What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Preschool Milestones: Ages 3 to 5

Early Childhood years) Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart. What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills - a better idea than using paper that then has to be recycled or worked into a project

We have recently sorted our provision in the water tray to ensure a focus on #finemotorskills primary over than #grossmotorskills, so we enhanced the water tray by adding a washing line.  There was barely space to wash the clothes in the end as everyone wanted to join in.  As well as wringing the clothes of water and in turn developing gross motor skills they also developed their fine motor skills by squeezing open the pegs!  Also lots of fun!

We enhanced the water tray by adding a washing line. As well as wringing the clothes of water and in turn developing gross motor skills they also developed their fine motor skills by squeezing open the pegs! Also lots of fun!

active learning activities for kids

Active Learning Activities for Boys and Girls

An easy to set up literacy activity the kids will love this winter! Snowball names are perfect for children learning how to write their names.

Snowball Names Fine Motor Literacy Activity

Transportation Toys Poster. For more Play pins visit: http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/learning-through-play/ ≈ ≈

The Early Years Institute shares multiple posters about what children learn in each center. Great for printing and posting in each center. Could also email to parents.

Teaching Preschoolers to Code by carrotsareorange: Teach kids to code early because, well, she is capable of doing it... #Coding #Kids

Teaching Kids to Code? Really? Kids Don't Need More Technology, Right?

Interested in teaching kids to code? This post includes loads of ways to keep the learning fun for our budding engineers with some really cool toys and apps.

This is a great poster that touches base on exact things a child does during different stages in their childhood.

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I like the year by year breakdown of early childhood stages. It is important to remember that children progress within the course of any given stage, and there are areas to focus on at each point of development.

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