Children drop bottle tops into slots around the tin to develop their fine motor and hand eye co-ordination skills.
A simple activity that strengthens children's finger muscles as they peel tape off animals.
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
Waterproof sand that reacts to liquid, enabling children to build underwater creations.
Pop balloons filled with paint to create unique colourful splatter art.
Children will enjoy banging wooden spoons to watch the paint splatter to create works of art.
Use coloured hair ties for children to begin to recognise and understand patterns and hand/eye coordination.
A great way to recycle cereal boxes and have children create themselves using recycled materials.
A fun activity for children to collage their name and get to know each other.
Create colourful soaked prints using a paper towel and watercolours.
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