How Many Cheerios Can You Stack?GREAT for fine motor skill building. My only fear- my son will eat them and not stack them!

{Mommy School} Playing & Learning with Play-Doh

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks.

Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks. New cool idea for working on fine motor muscles and hand eye coordination. Easy to set up and mess-free. Read more at: www.

True or false Number Sorts last week... writing their own calculations this week... brilliant maths Class1!

True or false Number Sorts! This could be used for many different concepts.Love the sorting chart idea Extend by having students put in the correct sign. They have to do this on SOAR all the time. Grade,Math,My Heart

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.

Bright orange sand for the mark making area this week. Thanks to Rachel at stimulating learning again for the printables I use in this area!

Practicing fine motor manipulation of hand movements to help promote handwriting skills in the sand. Prompt cards are used for children to copy the shapes.

Gemstone outlined shapes. The children made some brilliant patterns with the coloured gems and talked about the properties of the shape as they created the outlines.

C/ Gemstone outlined shapes. The children made some brilliant patterns with the coloured gems and talked about the properties of the shape as they created the outlines.

Fine motor sticky dot fun... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles

Early Years ideas for 'International Dot Day' - dots, spots & circles (",)

scissor skills activity with jello :: learn to use scissors :: fine motor sensory play

Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play

My daughter loves super squishy jelly for a messy play time. As it comes in lots of different colours and flavours, and it’s so inexpensive, you can use it for all sorts of different sensory play experiences.

Jewel J - Great project for preschoolers learning the letter J - fine motor with lots of bling!

J is for JEWELS

Jewel J - Great project for preschoolers learning the letter J - fine motor with lots of bling! (use jelly beans too)


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