Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.

Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it.

Love love love this book and stickman building idea.  D did it at his nursery at Highgate Newtown Community Centre.

Stick man display Joined twigs from the garden, the children added their stick man details onto their sticks! Massive hit in reception class. Original pin by Claire Skilbeck

bean bag flipping for wrist control: could have bean bags with letters on them and form words.

Counting Coconuts: On Our Shelves - April (Flipping bean bags) Wrist Control

Use these Mr Men characters for a feelings display - children can attach a peg or their name to the one they identify with that day.

A simple display using Mr Men. Children put their pegs on the picture each day to show how they are feeling - they seem to like it!

Eyfs crime scene!!! The children came in to a broken chair and footprints...and it wasn't goldilocks! !!

The children came in to a broken chair and footprints.Goldilocks and 3 bears activities


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