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My child is a preschooler. He or she is between 3 and 5 years old.
Things to offer your preschooler that will fit his or her interests.
There are many different pouring activities - they build on each other in terms of difficulty level and
There are many different transfer exercises with pipettes and syringes - they build on each other in level of
There are many different activities with tongs - they build on each in difficulty level and variation.
There are many different activities with spoons - they build on each other in levels of difficulty and
The binomial cube is a sensomotor experience, that supports the development of spatial awareness.
The trinomial cube is a sensomotor experience, that supports the development of spatial awareness.
Shaking and exact listening - train the sense of hearing with the sound cylinders.
The 5 animal puzzles with one animal each from the five animal kingdoms. The children look for and find the body
The missing animal puzzles with some animals of the invertebrate animal classes.
Colors from yellow to purple and from light to dark.
Pasta in all colors and shapes make the most beautiful necklaces.
Put the pasta and threads
Making long lines or chaplets out of felt bands - practising opening and closing buttons, snaps and Velcro
Attaching paperclips to tippy-toes.
Laying free or given patterns with foam shapes.
Putting sticks into bags, and out, and in again...
The planets in our solar system - a quiet book following the sewing pattern of ...
Lacing smooth silk ribbon through different sized thread eyes - training fine motor skills and improving hand-eye
'ligther than... and darker than' in the colours of the rainbow
Colourful glittery fish made from felt - a classic fishing game or as an exersice for counting.
Is there a order for puzzles, that is good to follow? My childs puzzles provide no challenge - which kind would be
A tray of bits and bobs and a little bit of rice - the sensory bin in small size can also be a wonderful experience
100 cubes in 20 colours offer endless possibilities for patterns and constructions.
Lay out and explore exciting luminous patterns.
Preserve and explore natural treasures from a walk through the woods.
Replay family, friends or the nursery group - with these peg dolls anything the fantasy produces is possible.
Triangles, squares and rhombuses in rainbow colours invite to create new shapes and figures and to experiment with
1, 2, 3... - Counting and building all in one.
Make a game with pepples to assign numbers and quantities. With more oblong stones you can make a number domino
Invitation to an exploration of the senses in the wonder workshop: highly concentrated and content hours have been
Triangles, squares and rhombi in all the colours of the rainbow invite to make ever new patterns and figures and to
A table with chairs from Ikea, an acrylic sheet and LED-light strips can make an affordable light table.
Glowing blocks in the colours of the rainbow to stack or to explore colours and how they are being mixed.
mirror, mirror in the corner... - experience and investigate symetry, geometry and patterns.
Sorting exercises can be so different. You can sort into colours, shapes, properties ect.
This play dough has many different variaties and only needs very simple ingredients - no cooking!
Do you want to paint on your windows with brushes or fingers and have the paint come of easily?
Rainbows are fascinating for all ages.
Glowing, mysterious discs in all the colours of the rainbow, which can either be caught with a fishing rod from a
Simple everyday tasks - children want to investigate and exercise tasks, they see us do, in their own
Every child enjoys matching games - the difficulty level can be varied.
Match fruits made from felt with the corresponding photographs
Water is probably the simplest filling material for a sensory bin.
A little bit of water, instant-snow, a few animals and here we are in the polar regions!
Cloud dough is soft, slightly sticky sand you can easily make yourself. Furthermore it is safe to eat but probably
Slimy slime - made of only two ingredients!
It feels like the slime that everyone had in the
Kinetic sand has different flow properties than regular sand or moon sand.
You can buy
Easy homemade bird food balls
Do you want to make your own brilliant watercolors?
You can with this recipe and a little
Ooblek - non-Newtonian fluid
Our alternative for "magical water" is exciting and fun!
What grows from these little seeds - and what do carrot seeds look like?
With free printable
Explore and practice everyday domestic tasks.
Here Marie form ...
The growth stages of a snowdrop as a layered puzzle.
The growth stages of a bean plant as a layered puzzle.
The life cycle of a painted lady as a layered puzzle.
The life cycle of a tree frog as a layered puzzle.
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