101 suggesties met pittenzakjes - JufSanne.com
Pittenzakjes Pittenzakjes. Gevuld met kersenpitten, rijst of graan worden ze al sinds mensenheugenis gebruikt ter verlichting van diverse pijntjes of als kruik tegen de kou. Ik ken ze vooral als hulpmiddel in de speelzaal. Uit Bewegingsopvoeding voor kleuters van Rita Bracke: “Een pittenzak heeft bepaalde eigenschappen die een bal niet heeft. De pittenzak is vervormbaar, […]
First steps in sewing: Polystyrene plate
A while ago I attended a fabulous morning workshop by a lovely lady called Renee Lighton, who encouraged us to set our children up for success by creating teachable moments in the home, using things we already have laying around. She gave us some pretty nifty ideas for using polystyrene plates (recycled from frozen pizzas or,as in our case, from a delicious milk tart some friends brought over for desert a few weeks ago!) So, I kept it aside, knowing it would come in handy for something…
Spider Web Fine Motor Activity
This spider web fine motor activity is so much fun! My son played with it over and over again. It is an excellent way to develop fine motor skills this fall!
Stomping in the Mud
Our little Stompers' imaginations and creative energy flourished during our cold and wet February. They filled their time with us by exploring, socialising, climbing, jumping and balancing, with an energy that is always surprising to us no matter how challenging the weather is. I heard they were making apple pie in the wheel barrow....Yum! See you in April. Thanks for Stomping by!
25 Fine Motor Activities Using Household Items
25 fine motor activities you can do with your child using materials from around your house!
30 Energetic Activities for Kids with High Energy
Energetic activities are important for gross motor skills development in any child, and even more so for kids with high energy! Try one today.
New Fine Motor Skill Activity
I added a new fine motor skill activity to my classroom this week. It has been a HUGE hit with the class. Again, this is something that cost me NO MONEY! I'm sure you can tell by the picture, you need a paper plate (or bowl), a plastic spoon, old water bottle and some marbles. The object of the game is to spoon the marbles into the bottle WITHOUT using your hands. You can use a larger mouthed bottled and put the marbles in a bowl to make it easier for the younger children. My class LOVES…
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...
Fun with Straws | Simple Toddler Play (teacher types)
Hi there! A short and sweet post today. Remember this post about simple baby and toddler play ideas? Little Miss and I discovered that my straws wouldn't fit through the little holes of my colander. W