Tuff tray play ideas

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Dinosaur & Volcano Small World in a Tuff Spot from Pre-school Play (",) Dinosaur Garden, Dinosaur Play, Dinosaur Activities, Activities For Kids, Joseph Activities, Preschool Dinosaur, Nature Activities, Dinosaur Small World, Small World Play

Dinosaur & Volcano Small World

Our volcano progressed to the dinosaur small world tray this week. The children were still keen to set the volcano off. And the sticky sw...

Photo on Bubbles and balloons: Tuff spot and messy play. Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Infant Activities, Activities For Kids, Activity Ideas, Activity Bags, Preschool Themes, Halloween Activities, Preschool Learning

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A large tray of PVA glue for mark-making - also great for supporting gross motor movement & pattern making as well as more fine-motor dexterity (",) Nursery Activities, Phonics Activities, Sensory Activities, Literacy Activities, Sensory Play, Winter Activities, Outdoor Activities, Tuff Spot, Mark Making Early Years

Making Snow...and other Early Years Practice.

Just thought you might like to share some of the sorts of practice that I have been looking at over the past couple of weeks. Last week I popped to...

Get everyone you know to collect lids - from bottles, tubs and jars. They are brilliant for sorting and matching activities. Lids from perfume bottles are special too, often shiny and unusual shapes! Nursery Activities, Toddler Activities, Preschool Activities, Outdoor Activities, Early Years Maths, Early Years Classroom, Tuff Spot, Investigation Area, Investigations

Get everyone you know to collect lids - from bottles, tubs and jars. They are brilliant for sorting and matching activities - lots of different shapes - you can make patterns with them - you can look for writing - the children can draw and copy them - some are embossed so they can use a wax crayons to do rubbings - the children will recognise some of them - lids from perfume bottles are special too, often shiny and unusual shapes!