Let's make some dinosaurs and learn shapes along the way. In this activity your child gets a chance to practise recognising and naming shapes. Sticking them on the piece of paper supports their fine motor skills as they have to apply glue, pick up a shape and stick it to the body.
We all know the story of the very hungry caterpillars but how about instead of having the caterpillar eat all kind of foods we feed her with numbers.
Let's learn about the seasons of the year together by making trees together. It's a great activity because gluing, and painting support their fine motor skills and eye and hand coordination. Using these skills through play are helpful for mastering skills like handwriting too.
How about we celebrate this hard working insect by making a cute one form a loo roll.
This activity gives your child a chance to practice scissors skills and gluing, which both support fine motor skills and hand and eye coordination. Using these skills through play are helpful for mastering skills like handwriting too.
This activity gives your child the opportunity to practise colours and pincer grasp, which supports their handwriting skills. This activity can be reused over and over again.
What could be better than making your own butterfly stamp, expose your child to different textures and stimulate their senses.
Whether it's Earth Day or you just fancy an Earth craft we have two different ways to create a picture of the Earth for free with a printable template.