Learning about and recognising basic shapes is so much more fun and motivating when it is hands-on. Children need the opportunity to create and explore with shapes to learn what shapes look like and how to make them.
Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun activity for preschoolers and school aged kids with this feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game! So simple to make and great for teaching little ones to recognise, name and sort 2D shapes in a silly, hilarious way! We made this funny feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game using pieces of...Read More »
One of my earliest memories of painting is this super simple potato print activity that I shared with the Little Tots today. This is one of those classic kids activities that I think we’ve all done and is always a lot of fun. I had some very old potatoes that were going soft so past... Read more »
Fine motor activities are a brilliant way of developing muscles, hand-eye coordination and concentration span to prepare children for writing. This DIY activity is really easy to make and store to get out again and again! Resources: Lolly sticks and Velcro- both can be found at haberdashery/craft shops or markets usually have them, too. Cost-…