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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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Fine Motor Friday – Mess Free Finger Painting

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  • Posted 30/09/2016
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Finger painting is a great way to stimulate your child's senses and build their fine motor skills!  Here's an easy way to encourage finger painting play without the mess.  When placed on the floor, this activity can also become an . [ More ]
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Fine Motor Friday – 2 Ingredient Play Dough

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  • Posted 15/07/2016
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Play dough is not only fun, it is packed full of therapeutic benefits! Play dough can help develop muscles in the hand and fingers, provide soothing stress relief (just like stress balls do for adults!), allow children to explore . [ More ]
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Fine Motor Friday – Feed the Frog

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  • Posted 26/02/2016
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Building fine motor skills is an integral part of your child's development.  To help you develop your child's skills while at home, we're starting 'Fine Motor Friday'.  Every Friday, we'll feature a fun, easy way to turn household items into . [ More ]
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15 Sensory Play Activities

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  • Posted 09/06/2015
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  Need some fun sensory activities for your kiddo.  Here's a a whole bunch of them.  Be sure to talk with your child about what they're encountering.  Have them describe what they're doing and what it feels like and what . [ More ]
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