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Lacing Age 3-5

  • Felt loops

    Making long lines or chaplets out of felt bands - practising opening and closing buttons, snaps

  • Pinch me

    Attaching paperclips to tippy-toes.

  • Patterns with foam shapes

    Laying free or given patterns with foam shapes.

  • Sorting sticks

    Putting sticks into bags, and out, and in again...

  • Solar system - quietbookpage

    The planets in our solar system - a quiet book following the sewing pattern of ...

  • Shades sorting game

    'ligther than... and darker than' in the colours of the rainbow

  • Fishing game or counting fishies

    Colourful glittery fish made from felt - a classic fishing game or as an exersice for

  • Everything about puzzles

    Is there a order for puzzles, that is good to follow? My childs puzzles provide no challenge -

  • Sensory tray - a small sensorybin

    A tray of bits and bobs and a little bit of rice - the sensory bin in small size can also be a

  • Cube-mosaic

    100 cubes in 20 colours offer endless possibilities for patterns and constructions.

  • Patterns on the light table

    Lay out and explore exciting luminous patterns.

  • Plant windows

    Preserve and explore natural treasures from a walk through the woods.

  • Rainbow Peg dolls

    Replay family, friends or the nursery group - with these peg dolls anything the fantasy

  • (Tile-based) puzzle with three basic forms

    Triangles, squares and rhombuses in rainbow colours invite to create new shapes and figures and

  • Counting blocks in Montessori colors

    1, 2, 3... - Counting and building all in one.

  • Couting with stones

    Make a game with pepples to assign numbers and quantities. With more oblong stones you can make

  • Our Wunderwerkstatt

    Invitation to an exploration of the senses in the wonder workshop: highly concentrated and

  • DIY Spielgaben - endless opportunities to play

    Triangles, squares and rhombi in all the colours of the rainbow invite to make ever new

    • Next step: deepening knowlegde, following interests.

  • DIY Light table - IKEA hack

    A table with chairs from Ikea, an acrylic sheet and LED-light strips can make an affordable

  • Rainbow-Window-Blocks

    Glowing blocks in the colours of the rainbow to stack or to explore colours and how they are

  • Mirror corner

    mirror, mirror in the corner... - experience and investigate symetry, geometry and

  • Sorting - the good ones go into the pod

    Sorting exercises can be so different. You can sort into colours, shapes, properties ect.

  • The easiest and quickest playdough

    This play dough has many different variaties and only needs very simple ingredients - no

  • Window paint - quick to mix

    Do you want to paint on your windows with brushes or fingers and have the paint come of

  • Rainbow-Sensory bins

    Rainbows are fascinating for all ages.

  • Magnetic, glowing stones

    Glowing, mysterious discs in all the colours of the rainbow, which can either be caught with a

  • Simple, everyday tasks

    Simple everyday tasks - children want to investigate and exercise tasks, they see us do, in

  • Matching games

    Every child enjoys matching games - the difficulty level can be varied.

  • Matching fruits

    Match fruits made from felt with the corresponding photographs

  • Water is alwasy fun - easy sensory bins with water

    Water is probably the simplest filling material for a sensory bin.

  • Treasure bins for sorting and digging


  • (Ant)Arctica - Snow, pinguins and icebears

    A little bit of water, instant-snow, a few animals and here we are in the polar regions!

  • Cloud dough

    Cloud dough is soft, slightly sticky sand you can easily make yourself. Furthermore it is safe

  • Slimy slime

    Slimy slime - made of only two ingredients!

    It feels like the slime that

  • Kinetic sand

    Kinetic sand has different flow properties than regular sand or moon sand.

  • Winter bird-food-balls

    Easy homemade bird food balls

  • Do it yourself watercolor

    Do you want to make your own brilliant watercolors?

    You can with this

  • Oobleck

    Ooblek - non-Newtonian fluid

    Our alternative for "magical water" is

  • Which seeds are these?

    What grows from these little seeds - and what do carrot seeds look like?

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