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Whew.  What a week!  I didn't think that we did much of anything this week.  I've been so unfocused!  I'm glad I take pictures though, it he...

Whew. What a week! I didn't think that we did much of anything this week. I've been so unfocused! I'm glad I take pictures though, it he...

200+ Fine Motor Skills Activities from The PLAY Group

200+ Fine Motor Skills Activities from The PLAY Group

SOPLAR

SOPLAR

Using pieces of pipe cleaner as worms and clothes pegs as bird beaks is a very easy way to work on developing those little hand muscles and fine motor control!

Using pieces of pipe cleaner as worms and clothes pegs as bird beaks is a very easy way to work on developing those little hand muscles and fine motor control!

Speelplaatsmeubel: duurzame inrichting basisschool speelplaats

Speelplaatsmeubel: duurzame inrichting basisschool speelplaats

Attività di prescritta con materiale semplicissimo! Se si usa un pennarello cancellabile si può far interiorizzare il percorso più volte! Impara ad imparare. #sviluppocognitivo

Attività di prescritta con materiale semplicissimo! Se si usa un pennarello cancellabile si può far interiorizzare il percorso più volte! Impara ad imparare. #sviluppocognitivo

Teambuilding games

Teambuilding games

Habilidades motoras finas. Una charola, un recipiente con cuadritos de esponja, jarrita con agua, contenedor vacío y una pequeña toalla (todo MUY Montessori) y la sorpresa: una prensa de ajos. Exprimir las esponjitas con la prensa.

Habilidades motoras finas. Una charola, un recipiente con cuadritos de esponja, jarrita con agua, contenedor vacío y una pequeña toalla (todo MUY Montessori) y la sorpresa: una prensa de ajos. Exprimir las esponjitas con la prensa.

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

This would be a great activity for an indoor recess. The children could make the ring and decide what the game rules are.

This would be a great activity for an indoor recess. The children could make the ring and decide what the game rules are.