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Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words.

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Learning with Lego - One Perfect Day

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Pattern Towers for Preschoolers

Pre-school Pattern Towers - bamboo skewers, playdough & colourful drinking straws cut in pieces (",)

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Pattern Towers for Preschoolers - Frugal Fun For Boys

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Bonfire Night

Fine motor 'fireworks' from Rachel (",)

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Bonfire Night - Stimulating Learning

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Spray Painting (2 - 6 years) ~Fantastic activity for Fine Motor Development. It helps to strengthen the thumb in an ABDUCTED position (away from the palm). This helps children prepare or strengthen their pencil grip for their early writing skills. ~Great Outdoor Activity ~Just add a few drops of colour to water and let your child spray away.

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Toddler Spray Painting {craft}

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Letter familiarity. Erasing chalk letters with water. Great for pencil grip & coordination.

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itty luxe: Daily Lessons

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More Finger Frenzy Fun... how many wheetos can you put on the (kebab) stick before the timer runs out ... throw the dice as quick as you can!

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abc does: Dough Gym

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abc does: Dough Gym

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Transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another with chopsticks.

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Use this checklist to assess your students cutting skills.It is broken down into 3 sectionsScissor holdScissor movementCutting skillsAvailable in pdf and an editable publisher file!

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Whole class cutting skills checklist

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