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Bringing together movement and visual information is a very important step in the development of children. With these play ideas you can support this skill and its development.
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.
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.
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
Opportunities for the smallest to practise filling and emptying things - and very often, the older ones find it
Attaching paperclips to tippy-toes.
Putting sticks into bags, and out, and in again...
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 rings in the colours of the rainbow and lots of possiblities to loop them - all mixed up or sortedin
First simple puzzles for toddlers - discover sequenzes, fruit, vegetables and rainbows - excersises fine motor
Colourful glittery fish made from felt - a classic fishing game or as an exersice for counting.
A table with chairs from Ikea, an acrylic sheet and LED-light strips can make an affordable light table.
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.