This is a simple and fun activity for children to track Australian animals.
Children will learn to "track" the footprints of different Australian animals.
Children drop bottle tops into slots around the tin to develop their fine motor and hand eye co-ordination skills.
An easy and fun way for babies to practice their fine motor and hand/eye coordination skills by grabbing and pulling items through a kitchen whisk.
You could also try filling whisks with the following:
Note: Please ensure that you supervise this activity. Reference: Kitchen Whisk, Baby Fine Motor Skills Sensory Activity, Hello Wonderful
Edible and safe beads, mixed with slime that a child can squeeze, pound, pinch the beads within the slime.
Waterproof sand that reacts to liquid, enabling children to build underwater creations.
Using just 2 ingredients make this simple pretend snow that children can enjoy during sensory play.
Soft and mouldable sand for children.
A simple activity that reinforces basic concepts such colour matching, patterning that can be used during quiet time.
Arrange flowers and petals in a design on contact paper to create a stained glass effect.
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