Make a Reggio Emilia inspired threading activity using play dough, leaves and stems to encourage dexterity and fine motor control skills.
Monthly Archive:: July 2015
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a beloved book in our home, as I’m sure it is in many! We built a maths game around the book to practise number recognition and ordering skills. Using some red and green glass pebbles (we have …
Make a set of rainbow peg dolls for small world play with lots of open-ended possibilities.
Put together this beach themed sand writing tray to encourage some sensory mark making. Children will develop physical and literacy skills through this engaging learning activity.
Combine art and colour matching with this creative and playful learning activity using children’s art work and loose parts.
Make a set of beach and ocean discovery bottles as a sensory addition to your toddler or baby’s toy box. They are easy to make, use household ingredients and make an engaging toy for little ones. Discovery bottles are a wonderful way …
Make up a batch of this super sensory, soft and stretchy play dough; it’s just like quick sand. With a coconut scent and added sand, it’s the perfect addition to some seaside play!
It is Under the Sea month here on Wings and Roots. Lets start with some sea-themed books that will inspire little minds to explore all things nautical.