M is for Marshmallows...practice fine motor skills by using toothpicks and marshmallows to build letters, numbers or shapes

M is for Marshmallow Letter Recognition Activities

M is for Marshmallow Theme.use toothpicks and marshmallows to build letters, numbers or shapes.yay another fine motor activity!

Farm - love the different materials, rice, oats, corn flakes - very creative

Great use of an Active World tray - using different materials, rice, oats, corn flakes - very creative

Phonic Finger Gym

Phonic Finger Gym - matching CVC words with their picture plus some fine motor control built in. so smart!

Coloured spaghetti, pots, pans & utensils from http://bubble-and-balloons.blogspot.co.uk/ (",)

Photo on Bubbles and balloons: Tuff spot and messy play.

Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 1, 2, 5 etc

Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 5 etc Maths and technology connected

Fantastic numeracy & funky fingers activity

“From an idea I'm sure I saw somewhere on here, but can't remember where, our Numicon Padlocks

Exploring doubles- they've loved this today :)

Exploring doubles- Australian Curriculum - Year 2 - - Solve simple addition & subtraction problems using a range of efficient mental & written strategies Commutative Property, Building to Doubles, Tens facts, Adding 10


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