FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel)

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FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel) Mikayla Genwright PD k

Simple small group activity learning about shapes- great for maths centres or work stations.

Basic Shapes Work Station or Centre Activity

This basic shapes activity provides children with the opportunity to explore and create with shapes. The activity involves placing coloured gems along the lines

Mark making dice. Roll the dice and copy the pattern. EYFS

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

Forest Kindergarten – A better way to teach our young children? great article about a school in the USA

This forest Kindergarten created a Solstice Spiral made out of painted rocks; from Forest Kindergarten Teacher Network.

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning | Stimulating Learning

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash

Play dough snakes and worms for pattern and length work from Rachel (",)

Snakes, Worms & Bugs

Patterns & Measure with Play Dough This idea was inspired by Learn with Play at Home – we had great fun creating patterned worms & snakes & comparing the lengths…

Tracing handwriting patterns on the Interactive Whiteboard - from Rachel (",)

Visit Inspiration

Early Years activities inspired by a visit out of school to a centre involved in the rehabilitation of wildlife

Making paper chains on the finger gym. Lovely maths opportunities too- long, longer etc or making repeated patterns using colours. EYFS

Making paper chains on the finger gym. Lovely maths opportunities too- long, longer etc or making repeated patterns using colours. EYFS - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Numicon | Adding resource | Numicon is a very powerful way to teach about addition. We're still developing our understanding of 'count count count', this time using the numicon pieces. It gives a very visual representation of the size of numbers and how they combine to give a bigger number. As well as using numicon to answer given sums, here I'm asking children to do a bit of problem solving and... #adding #counting #maths

Share:Numicon is a very powerful way to teach about addition. We’re still developing our understanding of ‘count count count’, this… more →

thread differentiated objects on to a skewer #abcdoes #eyfs finemotorskills

Dough Gym is a very effective programme for children who really need to work on their upper body and gross motor development, but there may well be…

Leaf Projects | Exploring Andy Goldsworthy with kids

Explorig Andy Goldsworthy with kids

Exploring Andy Goldsworthy with kids - such a beautiful and easy nature activity for kids. Make Andy Goldsworthy inspired nature art with kids. Great for both Summer and Autumn (perfect Fall Leaf Activity for kids too!

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