This is a simple exercise in copying patterns using building blocks. Manipulating the blocks is an easy way to get some fine motor practice!
Month: January 2014
This was our first experiment with shrinky dinks crafts – and I’m rather addicted! Here’s how we made some super cute shrinky dink bugs from upcycled plastic food containers …
These alphabet rocks are a wonderful tactile learning tool for little kids!
This crumbly, yet moldable cloud dough is a new substance for us – and to combat the winter blues I decided to make it beach themed!
These crayon resist hearts are a lovely decoration for Valentine’s Day, and could easily be turned into cards too.
Paint is an essential material for many art and crafts projects made by children – so a guide to paint absolutely had to feature in the Ultimate Guide to …
Although my son isn’t quite ready to start sending Valentine cards, I love the excuse to play with all things red and hearts! Here’s our Valentines fine motor activity.
With all the special festivities at the end of last year it has been a while since we added to our transportation series. So this week we looked at …
We had a LOT of fun with this Jello sensory play bin – and even placed pieces of Jello on a light box for an amazing effect
This week we’ve been making a shoe box school bus craft!
One of the fine motor skills we have been working a lot on recently is how to SQUEEZE!
These champagne corks stamps are easy to make and perfect for little hands to grip!
This is a super simple recipe for banana raisin cookies that you can make with toddlers!
Here’s a super easy pre-writing practice sheet to try out with your little one. Great for fine motor skills!
Welcome to the first in a new series starting today – The Ultimate Guide to 50 Craft Materials. Each day a different blogger will feature a kid’s craft material …