Making Faces. Loose parts in the finger gym.

Provide children with large cork circles and baskets of looseparts. Another fun twist would be to use mirrors or metal trays instead of cork circles.

Minibeast themed Finger Gym - collect as many as you can in 1 minute.

Minibeast themed Finger Gym - collect as many as you can in 1 minute. Extra challenge- sort it with tongs

Always good to find something different to do with a Tuff Spot. Great for motor skills and also talking about textures and materials. (missamyp)

Tough spot weaving- develops gross and fine motor skills, problem solving, pattern creation, concentration skills

Creative Areas - Weaving outside with a builders tray

Creative Areas - Weaving outside with a builders tray-could be a place to try nest building

Fine motor fun with cheap hair gel, star sequins and tweezers - from Rachel (",)

Firework-Inspired

Tweezing "Fireworks" Fine Motor Work (use cheap hair gel, star sequins & tweezers; from Stimulating Learning With Rachel)

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Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Just be! Early Childhood Education: inspirations for life.: What is happening this week?

Just be! Early Childhood Education: writing provocation -Pattern cards provide a talking point when drawing


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