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Kids can engage with Nature, get creative and develop their motor skills with this all natural leaf threading activity.

ALL NATURAL LEAF THREADING ACTIVITY

Kids can engage with Nature, get creative and develop their motor skills with this all natural leaf threading activity.

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Bottle Cap Fine Motor Play - Fantastic Fun & Learning

Bottle Cap Fine Motor Play - Fantastic Fun & Learning

Practice fine motor skills and beginning measurement with this easy prep water play activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Nature inspired craft - Pine Cone Weaving - Rainy Day Mum great to make ornaments for the Christmas Tree

Nature inspired craft - Pine Cone Weaving

I'm so excited to have a guest on Rainy Day Mum today with a great little craft that would be perfect for some quick and simple tree ornaments as well. So I'm now handing over

Fall Fine Motor Play for Toddlers

"Bobbing" for Apples Fine Motor Fall Activity - Fantastic Fun & Learning

Practice fine motor skills and enjoy some water play with this fun "bobbing" for apples fall activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Cork Button Castles - A Fine Motor Activity

Cork Button Castles - DIY Fine Motor Activity

These "Cork Button Castles" are a fun and effective DIY fine motor activity. Not only are the fingers and the fingertips in charge, but the Velcro also provides an added level of resistance to really make their intrinsic muscles work.

Bottle Cap Fine Motor Activity

Bottle Cap Fine Motor Play - Fantastic Fun & Learning

Practice fine motor skills and beginning measurement with this easy prep water play activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Children cut this thick, aromatic wheat grass with scissors - great for fine motor skills, finger strengthening...

Cutting Grass Sensory Tub

This week we have grass in the sensory table ready to be cut. Scissors were provided and we sat back and watched how they went at it. The smell of the cut grass was so fresh and spring like. Some children already knew how to hold the scissors in one hand but others not yet. It was fun to brush our hands across the top of the thick wheat grass. It was a good opportunity to talk about the scissors opening and closing and getting the feel of that movement. With a bit of instruction on where to…