Homemade cereal necklaces - Thread cereal onto some string to make necklaces and bracelets. This is a great idea to work on your child’s fine motor development. (Counting, bilateral integration, threading Ideas). www.clamberclub.com

Homemade cereal necklaces - Thread cereal onto some string to make necklaces and bracelets. This is a great idea to work on your child’s fine motor development.

Visual bottles - Use any empty see-through bottles you have in your house to make visual toys for your baby or toddler. Fill them with coloured water or glycerine and then add different objects inside for them to look at e.g. glitter, marbles, shapes, tin foils balls, pipe cleaners, plastics/sparkly stars. www.clamberclub.com

Visual bottles - Use any empty see-through bottles you have in your house to make visual toys for your baby or toddler. Fill them with coloured water or glycerine and then add different objects inside for them to look at e.g. glitter, marbles, shapes, tin foils balls, pipe cleaners, plastics/sparkly stars. www.clamberclub.com

Matching and sorting - Cut shapes out of different coloured cardboard and get your toddler to match and sort them. You can also add some shapes from his shape sorter bucket to match the 3D and 2D shapes. (Homemade colour/shape sorter, Matching and sorting). www.clamberclub.com

Matching and sorting - Cut shapes out of different coloured cardboard and get your toddler to match and sort them. You can also add some shapes from his shape sorter bucket to match the and shapes. (Homemade colour/shape sorter, Matching and sorting)

Have fun with your little one and thread string through button holes. This promotes their fine motor skills.

Have fun with your little one and thread string through button holes. This promotes their fine motor skills.

Playdough is a great tool when used in developing fine motor skills, it stimulates the tactile sense, & if you add some kind of essence (peppermint / vanilla or orange) it can smell amazing as well. You can use shape cutters, rollers, and many more. Change the colours each time you make it. Here is an easy playdough recipe: Add 3 cups of flour, 1 cup water, 1 cup salt, ½ cup pf oil to a mixing bowl. Add your food colouring and essence and mix together until a nice firm consistency

Playdough is a great tool when used in developing fine motor skills, it stimulates the tactile sense, & if you add some kind of essence (peppermint / vanilla or orange) it can smell amazing as well. You can use shape cutters, rollers, and many more. Change the colours each time you make it. Here is an easy playdough recipe: Add 3 cups of flour, 1 cup water, 1 cup salt, ½ cup pf oil to a mixing bowl. Add your food colouring and essence and mix together until a nice firm consistency

Posting games - Use old boxes around the house, and make posting games for your toddlers. Use different size boxes and colours to decorate. You can also use various different objects to post into the boxes. (Ping pong balls, Homemade box ideas, posting activities). www.clamberclub.com

Posting games - Use old boxes around the house, and make posting games for your toddlers. Use different size boxes and colours to decorate. You can also use various different objects to post into the boxes. (Ping pong balls, Homemade box ideas, posting activities). www.clamberclub.com

Need some inspiration for fine motor activities for your toddler? Here are my top five age-appropriate fine motor activities for toddlers.

Need some inspiration for fine motor activities for your toddler? Here are my top five age-appropriate fine motor activities for toddlers.


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