Self Portraits using loose parts

Making self portraits from loose parts. Translated from Dutch: "this was an introduction game, we made self portraits from loose parts and then we tried to guess who was who".

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.

Pushing pom poms into bottles. Really tricky fine motor skill to get them out! We linked this with our learning about capacity in maths. EYFS

Pushing pom poms into bottles. Really tricky fine motor skill to get them out! We linked this with our learning about capacity in maths.

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Little People Learn: Playing with Photos : Symmetry, Recognition/ Names, Matching, Similarites and Differences.

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To make easier, you could use bigger cups (for a bigger target). You could also use a bigger spoon (and don't put a lot of the filling on the spoon so it's easier to not spill).

Blending - brilliant phonics idea to encourage boys (and girls!) with their writing


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