Make a fabulously fun DIY toddler toy for developing fine motor skills, co-ordination, concentration, counting and plenty of playful activity together! This is one of those super-simple ideas that can be pulled out at a moment’s notice with minimal preparation time, which is a win-win when playing with the little ones!Pom Pom Drop and Shoot: Toddler Play
Make silky soft play dough for children with sensitive skin using this super simple, 2 ingredient recipe!
If you don’t know already, we are HUGE lovers of play dough and there are over 100 variations, recipes and ways to play and
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Make your own shape printers using folded cardboard tubes, for easy grip and playful maths learning for toddlers and preschoolers! The resulting art work also looks lovely when turned into wrapping paper, wall art or cut to make further collage pictures.
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Use some pipe cleaners and threading beads as a fun, multi-sensory and kinaesthetic way to learn letters of the alphabet and literally feel the way that they are formed with your fingertips! This is a lovely pre-writing and reading activity for pre-schoolers and older children who need to practise their fine motor skill coordination too.Continue reading Threading Beads Alphabet Activity
Set up a little invitation to create yarn wrapped christmas trees as a lovely festive craft with added fine motor skills benefits!
I set out a christmas craft activity for the kids using painted christmas tree shapes, cut from
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