As a teacher, I know that fine motor skills are so incredibly important for school readiness. Our son Elliot is off to Prep next year so we’ve been trying to include more opportunities for him to develop is fine motor skills throughout his day. And one of the best ways to do this? Through play
There’s no denying that fine motor skills are an integral part of early childhood development. We use fine motor skills throughout our day for various self-care tasks and they are vital for learning how to make marks and eventually learn how to write. Little Toy Tribe are an Australian toy shop run by early childhood
Like many parents and teachers in Australia, I’m a little bit obsessed with Kmart. While I love supporting lots of Australian small businesses, I’m also a very big fan of saving money where I can. This week, I’ve compiled a list of my favourite Kmart sensory play products! These items we love and use personally.
There’s no denying the fact that play dough has some serious magical powers, agree? But did you know that it’s not just an amazing sensory experience for our little learners?! Using play dough is an excellent fine motor exercise which will help to strengthen the muscles in your child’s hands. These muscles are so important
I remember when I first laid eyes on the FLISAT table at IKEA, I knew I absolutely needed one for our home! I was so drawn to the idea of adding the TROFAST tubs to turn it into a sensory table. So you can imagine my excitement when IKEA gifted us our very own FLISAT