Love This !!!! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers
DIY counting 1-10 Spindle Boxes Montessori inspired using t-paper rolls and sticks! Young ones can do 0-5.
Vie pratique : Utiliser des pinces à linge (Nathaliell)
Strengthen little hands and arms by using a potato smasher! This is just 1 of the 25 occupational therapist-approved fine motor activities you can do with your child, using items from around your house!
Fine motor skills reinforcement with leaves.
continuous provision areas year 1
Phonic Finger Gym
Finger Gym - wrap a stick
Bottle Cap Fine Motor Activity
ABC Does: The next post in his series, 'Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development' (",)
abc does: Dough Gym
funky fingers. finger gym. fine motor skills. Exploring nuts and bolts on the finger gym.
Thread the pipe cleaners
Therapists can use tongs to have children work on various grasps such as pincer, three-jaw chuck, and a tripod grasp to pick up objects and place the objects into a container.
Peg the amount onto the card. Free printable from http://www.tipsfromatypicalmomblog.com/2013/08/teach-kids-numbers-free-printable.html
Fine-motor fun with pipe-cleaners, beads and colanders on the Finger Gym - from Rachel (",)
Popping bubble wrap using rolling pins and our fingers!
Wrap a stick
Using loom bands on the geoboards to strengthen fine motor skills from Tishy Lishy