Fine motor development with nuts & bolts - from Rachel (",)
Loose parts play at the tinkering tables. My Early Years Learning Areas, Danielle Heron.
Threading magic seeds finger gym Jack and the beanstalk EYFS
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Finger Gym - snowflake decoration. Use finger, peg, tweezers or tongs.
Using the wooden sewing discs with nuts and bolts - from Rachel (",)
Pipe cleaners and colander by Tishylishy
pad lock board // pre-school play - I think Laurel would LOVE this. Definately need to make it so keys stay with board. Maybe color code keys and locks at first then advance to random
Fine motor control activity. Pick out the lentils from the rice.
Wrap a stick
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
finger gym activity- great idea to put in your classroom and could be used…
Funky fingers and initial sound sorting. More phonics ideas in my blog post http://rockmyclassroom.com/2014/11/15/a-typical-phonics-lesson/
My new funky fingers table
abc does: Dough Gym
Very hungry caterpillar threading activity