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

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Freezer Bag Painting

Fun learning idea (paint in a bag is good for drawing and practicing letters). by marquita

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

Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play

Fine motor skills by carlani

Simply Brilliant - weaving practice with ribbon and cooling racks - - Pinned by – Please visit for hundreds of pediatric therapy pins

funky fingers. finger gym. fine motor skills. Colour code piggy bank

23 Outdoor Party Games

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈ Great idea for a busy bag party

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' (",)


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