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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. Materials Needed Silicone Kitchen whisk pompoms What to do: Fill pompoms into the kitchen whisk.…
Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick.So she called for the doctor to come quick, quick, quick.The doctor came with his bag and his hatAnd he knocked on the door with a rat-a-tat-tat.He looked at the dolly…
I know a little turtleHis name is Tiny TimI put him in the bathtubTo see if he could swim. He drank up all the waterHe ate up all the soapNow he's got bubblesDeep down in his throat
Five little ducks went out one dayOver the hill and far awayMother duck said quack, quack, quack, quackBut only four little ducks came back Four little ducks went out one dayOver the hill and far awayMother duck said quack, quack,…
Der Glumph, went the little green frog one dayDer Glumph, went the little green frogDer Glumph, went the little green frog one dayAnd the frog went der glumph, der glumph, der glumph But we all know frogs goLadedadeda ladedadeda ladedadeda…
Children can use their creativity to draw a picture on a plate for their loved one.
Children can create a beautiful unique mug to gift to a loved one.
A colourful flower pot that is easy for children to create as a gift for special occasions.
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.
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