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Games to develop and refine the pincer grip
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
Opportunities for the smallest to practise filling and emptying things - and very often, the older ones find it
Attaching paperclips to tippy-toes.
Laying free or given patterns with foam shapes.
Putting sticks into bags, and out, and in again...
A tray of bits and bobs and a little bit of rice - the sensory bin in small size can also be a wonderful experience
Lay out and explore exciting luminous patterns.
Replay family, friends or the nursery group - with these peg dolls anything the fantasy produces is possible.
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.
Sorting exercises can be so different. You can sort into colours, shapes, properties ect.
Rainbows are fascinating for all ages.
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!