Tag Archives: fine motor skills

Spooky Halloween crafts in the toddlers 🎃

In the toddler room we have been feeling very spooky! We have been exploring different materials to create different pieces of arts and crafts..

Exploring the spider web to discover what lies beneath. Using pincers to develop our fine motor skills and hand eye coordination.


The children have been discovering what marks we can make in our play dough using spooky collage materials

Ghostly glueing. Exploring glue and developing hand eye coordination and using our fine motor skills.

Spooky spiders using play dough great for developing fine motor skills and enhancing hand eye coordination.

Autumn Fun in the Toddler Room

We have been having lots of fun exploring different Autumn experiences in our toddler room this week. Through curiosity the children have been exploring sensory playdough, printing pictures with apples and exploring touch and texture with porridge oats.

The children chose various autumn colours to create prints using apples.

The children explored different natural materials with sensory playdough.

A is developing his fine motor skills here by exploring the sensory oats to find numbers and then chose to thread them onto a paintbrush. Fab problem solving!

Welcome to our garden!

Hi everybody,

The children would like to show you what they’ve been getting up to in our busy garden this week.

We have our muddy movers obstacle course which the children had great fun building and playing on, developing their fine and gross motor skills including balancing, jumping and co-ordination.

The children are enjoying using their problem solving skills to complete the jigsaws, developing on their fine motor skills, hand–eye coordination and shape recognition

“I did it all by myself”

The children are having great fun expressing themselves through singing their favourite songs and playing with the musical instruments.

We love our cosy book corner, time for us to chill out and relax reading our favourite stories.