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Gradual Bottles Take four or five bottles and add different amounts of water in each one, from empty to full. Mix the bottles up, then let the children seriate them from empty to full.

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Exploring capacity by filling cups with flannels and sponges. EYFS

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Gradual Bottles Take four or five bottles and add different amounts of water in each one, from empty to full. Mix the bottles up, then let the children seriate them from empty to full.

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Pushing pom poms into bottles. Really tricky fine motor skill to get them out! We linked this with our learning about capacity in maths. EYFS

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Label the differently filled bottles.

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### Exploring Capacity with Coloured Water

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Exploring capacity with rice, bottles and funnels. EYFS

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Dominos pizza role play area for my pre-schoolers to develop maths; ordinal numbers, sizes of boxes and inside: simple fractions. Also can talk about food portions & healthy eating choices and other areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Thank you to my local Dominos for the boxes! (My daughter 'helped' so a few areas need re:doing but you get the idea).