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D4BF9CDE-6198-428E-9B93-4387666D01BCmo My little hairdresser is giving haircuts this week for MOTOR SKILL MONDAY!! 💇🏻♀💇🏻♂ We made these little guys with their hair overgrown and she had a superb time chopping it off ! It not only gives scissor practice it also tests and develops fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Ask them to focus
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ITS MOTOR SKILL MONDAY! That time of the week when we take something simple that is in almost every home and share a fine motor activity for either your toddler or preschooler. We’re venturing out this time and using “paper clips”! I just made this little colour chart for my 4 year old and asked
It’s TOY REVIEW THURSDAY and this week we’ve created our own! This super easy task of making our own ice paints in the hot summer months was a treat for my little girl! All you need to do is add some food colour to the water in your ice tray and freeze it with popsicle
MOTOR SKILL MONDAY This week we’re keeping it simple! Just bring out that play dough that some mums think creates a mess! Well yes it does but playing with playdough is one of those sneaky ways to encourage all kinds of amazing developmental skills! Kids are so enamored by the fun that they don’t even
Motor Skill Monday! Using a cotton swab to trace over letters is a great way to build hand eye coordination along with teaching your child how to write and recognise letters. Cotton swabs are a superb alternative to paint brushes or pencils and easy to clean up afterwards!
Right on cue we are back with another Motor Skill Monday activity! We painted some Qtips to match straws which we cut up and mixed them up together. Along with matching colours get your toddler to fit the Qtip into the correct straw. For the little ones this can be quite challenging and help build
Kiddiegram’s MOTOR SKILL MONDAY is a new segment where every Monday we suggest new activities to you that not only engage your kids, keep them busy and away from the TV but also help them build those fine motor skills that are so important for development. This particular one was super easy to put together.
It’s time for yet another Motor Skill Monday activity. Arranging for activities like these doesn’t have to be complicated. Just work with what’s available to you in the house. My daughter is learning numbers and she loves using her squeezy paint bottles. Just giving her a challenge to trace these numbers with the paint helps
Our kids love trying out new and interesting painting techniques especially on weekends or when a friend is over for a play date. This super simple and totally amazing activity gave us brilliant results. All you need is shaving foam ( surely the dads could spare some), paper and some food colours. Make sure you
“Motor Skill Monday”! This week get your kids to practice their fine motor skills with some elastic hair bands and a cylindrical object. Many mums have used kitchen rolls and pool noodles but I had my trusty Camelbak bottle lying around which worked well too. Grasping the band and then holding onto it helps kids