DIY Fine Motor Toy for Babies and Toddlers

Make a very simple yet engaging toy for babies and toddler using wooden curtain rings and a mug tree! Great for motor skills and coordination, as well as problem solving and hand to eye coordination, this will be played with over and over again and makes a great addition in the toy cupboard, for next

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Foil and Tissue Paper Bunny Piñata

Make a DIY Easter bunny piñata from foil and tissue paper for a kids party or Easter celebration! How to make a bunny piñata

For Bean’s 2nd birthday we celebrated with a bunny party, her absolute favourite thing at the moment! I thought I’d have a go at making a DIY

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Tubes and Funnels at the Sensory Table

Add some tubes and funnels to the sensory table to increase the play and discovery opportunities! Fine motor skills, co-ordination and problem solving rolled into one open-ended set up for kids to design and adapt as they play.Make a box over the sensory table for tubes and funnels

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Pom Pom Drop and Shoot: Toddler Play

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
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DIY Plaster Casts for Doctor Role Play

Create some real DIY plaster casts for teddies and dollies to make doctor role-play even more authentic and educational!

DIY plaster casts for doctor role play for kids

My 3 year old daughter is currently obsessed with all things medical related and has declared with all certainty

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