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

Stick worms (wrapping sticks with pipe-cleaners) from Rachel (",)

Snakes, Worms & Bugs

FRIDAY Stick worms (wrapping sticks with pipe-cleaners) from Rachel (",)

Mark making with water and cotton buds on chalkboards... from Rachel (",)

Bonfire Night

Mark making with water and cotton buds on chalkboards - free line design cards - from Rachel (",)

Easy to set up and great for fine motor development.

Easy to set up fine-motor center that reinforces color recognition! Hearts cut from colorful paper. Provide colorful paperclips to match. Kiddos slide the paperclips onto the matching hearts.

picking little gems off sticky plastic...brilliant for fine motor development #abcdoes #finemotor #eyfs

Confetti on a table cloth or felt piece. ABC Does: The next post in his series, 'Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development' (",)

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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