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Fine motor skills with corks and egg boxes. Gloucestershire Resource Centre


Stomping in the Mud: March 2014

My four DIY makes to develop fine motor control skills.

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Fine Motor Work Station or Centre Activity

simple and engaging fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines

Fine Motor Work Station or Centre Activity

Number Bonds to 10 and 20

Number Bonds to 10 and 20

learning how to spell your name - love the velcro idea, makes it reuseable, fun and easy to store. Great for beginning of school.

Fun in ECSE: name matching

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A variety of activities linked with colour, for the Early Years classroom - from Rachel (",)

Colour mixing provocation - from Rachel (",)

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This looks so inviting. I would imagine this provocation could be presented during an investigation on weather or natural disasters or even as an invitation to explore patterns in nature. How else could you extend this provocation?

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counted out the correct number of beads to put in each numbered shell. I now have a package of pearls (found at the dollar store also) which I will have out for this activity- more appropriate- pearls in a seashell! :)

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Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

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Rebecca Langley

plastic "squish" painting

Non Messy Cooperative Painting