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Left-over Lamb Shepards Pie Delicious Magazine UK Slow-roast lamb is a delight, and the leftovers can be even better if you make Donal Skehan's hand-me-down shepherd's pie dish.

Craftivity and flower shaped gift book for Mother's Day

Craftivity and flower shaped gift book for Mothers Day - Crafting Timeout

Spoon marbles into a plastic bottle with out using fingers!

fine motor activity: spoon marbles into a plastic bottle without using fingers

Balance marbles on golf tees. Fine motor skills. Physical Development. Continuous Provision. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Have fun developing fine motor skills balancing marbles on golf tees in pieces of foam. Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Marbles and Golf Tee Game

First pin I've pinned in 2 years. I never get on this thing. But this would be cute if I teach lower grades again!

A fun number and fine motor skill activity for your kids! (I like the idea of using an ice cube tray better - more durable, and less risk of germs.

painting like Michelangelo. I did this with my class this year and they STILL talk about it. It was all over the the floor and on their hair and clothes, but it was SO super fun!! This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

Painting like Michelangelo - my class STILL talk about it. It was all over the the floor and on their hair and clothes, but it was super fun! This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

Hide small items in the bottle. Take a photo of the items on a tray. Have a set of initial letter cards to go each bottle.

Phonics I-Spy game - I Spy Discovery Bottle and Sensory Play.

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Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers to keep up in the wall for a while?---make a page of this for a math journal.

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development and letter formation and recognition

Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine