Paper Plate Baubles – Giant Christmas Decorations
These paper plate baubles are simple, mess-free and perfect for younger children, plus they look amazing. Can you imagine a giant tree with these on perhaps in a classroom?
Scissor and Snipping Tuff Spot Tray - perfect for Early Years fine motor skills development.
A set of scissor safety posters, perfect for reminding your children how to act safely with the scissors. Required in all classrooms!
@earlyyearsoutdoor on Instagram: “🎄TREE🎄 Decorating a tree in the tuff spot and tree playdough. #dec_playalong #tagfromtheheart @mummylouwithlilyandwillowtoo…”
500 Likes, 78 Comments - @earlyyearsoutdoor on Instagram: “🎄TREE🎄 Decorating a tree in the tuff spot and tree playdough. #dec_playalong #tagfromtheheart…”
⭐️EYFS T/A⭐️🖍🖌✂️ on Instagram: “Can’t wait for the children to use the reindeer soup making station today! Great for fine motor skills with some sensory #eyfs…”
30 Likes, 5 Comments - ⭐️EYFS T/A⭐️🖍🖌✂️ (@eyfs_ta) on Instagram: “Can’t wait for the children to use the reindeer soup making station today! Great for fine motor…”
Winter STEM- Build A Snowflake Tinker Tray
Winter STEM- Build A Snowflake Tinker Tray. Use loose parts to build snowflakes. Explore radial symmetry as you incorporate math, science, fine motor work, and creativity in this activity for preschoolers, kindergartners, and elementary kids.
Chocolate Reindeer Play Dough
Make a homemade batch of squishy, delightful chocolate play dough. Then combine it with some loose parts for Christmas reindeer play dough fun.
A Mini Dinosaur Garden Fit for a 3-Year-Old | JOANN
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Small World Play: Construction Site - The Imagination Tree
Cakie is just reaching that exciting age where she is beginning to understand imitative role-play and busies herself in her little kitchen making coffee and toast, washing up and “cookin fings” in the oven. She is watching what we do and representing it in her play with role-play objects and sometimes without, engaging in the...Read More »
Finally The Eco-Friendly Paint You Have Been Wanting - Review - A Little Crunchy
Earth Paint Review I have to say this is now my favorite kids paint and I enjoy working with it as well. For years I have been uncomfortable with paints that I didn’t feel safe with, that I knew contained petroleum products and … Continue reading →
Learning Shapes With Toy Cars
The manipulative for this weeks #ToolsForLearning is small toys. I couldn't resist making a play activity based on Adam's favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.