MOTOR SKILL MONDAY is back and today bringing you an activity my son has been doing at school. Having clothes pins around the house is a good idea too. Can’t stress on how great it is to develop fine motor skills and work on those little hand’s pincer grasps. This activity combined number sequencing along
We recently organised a small carnival/funfair for our kids in the building hoping to teach them about the concepts of buying selling goods and services. We put up a Popcorn and Lemonade stand along with 4 game stalls ( Can toss, Ring Toss, Bucket Toss etc) and a ticket counter. All the stalls were made
Q-tips are a fun painting tool and this time we had my little one’s initial drawn out in tiny circles. All she had to do was fill in the circle using the paints and q-tips. This activity is amazing for fine motor development and teaches kids motor control and hand eye coordination. It was also
It’s time for MOTOR SKILL MONDAY. Checkout any stationery store for “pipe cleaners”. They’re really handy to keep at home and great for activities such as lacing and sorting. This time we cut them up and used them along with a peg to practice our fine motor skills and strengthen our grip. We also sorted
MOTOR SCHOOL MONDAY We’re going old school today. I bought this worksheet set from a book store and where not all worksheet sets are really worth the pain and effort we put our kids through I found these to be quite effective. Just simple mazes where he had to follow the path to get
We’ve got a superb idea for a Teachers’ Day Gift this Year! This simple tutorial will help you create a perfect memorabilia that they can cherish for a long time to come! Let us know what you think in the comments below?
Looking for innovative ways to explain the story of Janmashtami to your little ones? Check out Culture Carousel’s “Recreate the Legend – Tales from Lord Krishna’s Childhood”. You can enrich your story-telling experience and make it come alive by using their vibrant magnetic boards and magnets to create a variety of scenes and settings.
For MOTOR SKILL MONDAY today we’re exploring Origami which you’ll be surprised to know has some major benefits where developing and enhancing fine more skills are concerned. Paper folding challenges us at the cognitive level as we follow instructions, learning new skills and activities. Physically our hands become active. Impulses are sent to the brain
MOTOR SKILL MONDAY: My daughter and I created this popsicle colour matching and sorting activity ourselves using coloured construction paper and some popsicle sticks. It was meant to be an activity for my 3 year old niece. We stuck together two ice cream shaped cutouts leaving a small insertion for the stick. However this
Listen up Delhi Mums!! Love the rains ?? Want to know more about it ?? Introducing @happyymeekidsclub , the brain child of Namrata Gupta and Maneka Jain! This idea was born over their mutual passion for providing global exposure and a quality extra curricular experience for kids of all ages! Their current session is extremely
Celebrate sibling love this Rakshabandhan with Culture Carousel. Their magnetic activity kits make the perfect gifts for the festive season. With Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthi coming up, definitely check out “Recreate the Legend – Tales from Lord Krishna’s Childhood” and “Recreate the Legend – The Birth of Lord Ganesha”. Creative, fun and engaging, these kits