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Wrapping Paper Scrap Shapes

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  • Posted 22/12/2017
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Make use of leftover wrapping paper scraps by creating a sticky shape board!  It's a great learning activity to help keep little ones entertained while teaching them about shapes, colors and counting.  All you have to do is . [ More ]
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Sensory Bottles: A Calming Activity for Sensory Overload

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  • Posted 20/10/2017
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Learning to calm down at times of sensory overload can be a challenge for children with sensory processing difficulties.  Sensory bottles, also known as calming bottles, can be a useful tool to help them focus their attention.  All you need . [ More ]
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Mess-Free Pumpkin Sensory Play

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  • Posted 29/09/2017
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Don't discard those pumpkin "guts"!  Instead, create a fun, mess-free sensory experience for kids of all ages with these easy to make pumpkin sensory bags!  Simply scoop the insides into a freezer bag and seal tight.  Kids . [ More ]
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Card Drop – Fine Motor Activity for Toddlers

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  • Posted 24/08/2017
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Recycle an empty food container into a quick and easy fine motor activity for your toddler.  All you need to do is cut a slit the width of a card in the top of the container and grab a deck . [ More ]
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Stickers – Fine Motor Practice for 2-5 Year Olds

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  • Posted 04/08/2017
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Stickers are a surprisingly easy and versatile way to build fine motor skills in children ages 2 to 5 years old.  The wide variety of options is appealing to many ages and as a bonus, they are a fun activity . [ More ]
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Fine Motor Fishing

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  • Posted 21/07/2017
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'Fine motor fishing' is a versatile activity that requires very little setup and helps develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and provides an opportunity to start teaching letters, numbers, colors, animals, etc.  It can be adapted to play at the . [ More ]
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Fourth of July Pom Pom Fireworks

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  • Posted 30/06/2017
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Kick off the holiday weekend with this festive pom pom fireworks painting activity!  All you need is a small amount of red and blue paint, clothespins, pom poms, and a sheet of paper to use as your canvas.   To . [ More ]
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Fresh Squeezed Fine Motor

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  • Posted 23/06/2017
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Turn a summertime staple into fun sensory play and an opportunity to build fine motor skills! Gather together the ingredients for a lemonade stand (3-4 lemons ready for squeezing, plastic cups, water) and add a few other utensils such as . [ More ]
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Marshmallow Towers

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  • Posted 26/05/2017
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Bilateral coordination refers to the use of both sides of the body at the same time.  Many tasks your child will need to complete on a daily basis rely on bilateral coordination. For example, tying their shoes, getting dressed, or holding . [ More ]
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Clothespin Bunnies

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  • Posted 21/04/2017
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Clothespins are a great household tool to strengthen fine motor skills.  Encourage little ones to use clothespins by building these cute springtime bunnies.  You will need:   Colored paper Googly eyes Heart shaped stickers or hearts cut out of paper . [ More ]
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