Colander Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Skills Activity for Toddlers
This fine Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Skills Activity for Toddlers is an easy way for young children to practice hand-eye coordination and learn through play.
Sponge Painting Process Art - Busy Toddler
Need an easy art activity for toddlers? You have to try sponge painting! A quick and easy toddler process art activity that kids will love.
Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky’s Instagram photo: “Today’s tuff tray - ice painting ❄️🎨 #tufftrayideas #eyfsideas #eyfsteacher #eyfs #eyfsclassroom”
259 Likes, 22 Comments - Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky (@eyfsbadgerclass) on Instagram: “Today’s tuff tray - ice painting ❄️🎨 #tufftrayideas #eyfsideas #eyfsteacher #eyfs #eyfsclassroom”
Transport Themed Tuff Tray Resources and Ideas
Early Years / Key Stage 1 Teaching Resources - Primary Treasure Chest provides 1000s of EYFS teaching resources for all areas of the curriculum. High quality early years resources / preschool printables for teachers.
Mess Around Ltd on Instagram: “It’s one of the most popular activities at our Messy Christmas party 🎉 it’s our polar express! Get your tickets at our website. #messyplay…”
20 Likes, 0 Comments - Mess Around Ltd (@messaroundltd) on Instagram: “It’s one of the most popular activities at our Messy Christmas party 🎉 it’s our polar express! Get…”
Best Homemade Playdough Ever: Jell-O Playdough - Modern Parents Messy Kids
Homemade playdough – If ever there was a quintessential DIY this is it! Parents and children have been happily cooking up this stuff at home for decades. Today our newest contributor Kaley is sharing her favorite play dough recipe using another kid classic: Jell-O (because it just wouldn’t be an MPMK post without some sort …
Divorce and "Pudding"
Today the third grade FISH (Families In Separate Homes) group met. During our time together,we read a great book called "Was it the chocolate pudding?" By, Sarah Levins It is about a boy who made a mess of chocolate pudding and thinks that it was his mess that made his parents get divorced. By the end of the book, he realizes that it was not his fault and feels relieved! After, we used "vanilla pudding" (A.K.A. shaving cream!) to draw pictures of how the boys in the book felt, and then we…
Why water play?
Splish, splash, splosh! Having written a blog earlier today on the importance of Mud Play, I started to think more about our outdoor area, and what areas the children love the best, and what skills…