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Our new fine motor line dice are proving very popular!
Today we practised our jumping!
We made peg butterflies that actually flutter in fine motor Friday today. They were pretty tricky but great perseverance was shown by the children.
We love playing dishes and domes. It’s great for teamwork, cooperation and agility!
Ball skills in our PE lesson.
Enjoying the bikes in the sunshine.
Plenty of fine motor activities today in class!
Today we practised our weaving in fine motor Friday. It was tricky but we persevered!
This afternoon we were practising throwing and catching
We used the hole punches today in our fine motor Friday-they were very popular and the children showed great control over the tools.
Co-ordination and control practise in our just dance session.
Winter fine motor! Using the tweezers to pick up snowflakes.
More fine motor Friday activities today!
Creating obstacle courses outside using the prepositional language (such as over, under, behind and on) that we introduced in class.
Practising our number and letter formation outside today, using water and paintbrushes.
Plenty of busy fingers in our Fine motor Friday today!
The children have had lots of fun learning how to be a bridge and a crawler! They have also learnt how to make their bridge lower and how to climb over it. They have also learnt how to climb over and under the benches. They worked on their turn taking skills and spatial awareness
Focus on scissors skills this week in our fine motor Friday.
More Friday fine motor fun this week, adding in Some phonic jigsaws to practise our blending skills too. Our repeating patterns we have been learning about this week have also made an appearance!
Our children have been busy in our fine motor Friday session today. Lots of fiddly activities to practise our dexterity and improve our hand strength.
We enjoyed squishing and squashing and squeezing fruit in our tuff tray today. There was plenty of chat about how best to do it and what they were making.
Enjoying the scooters and bikes outside.
Our fine motor Friday activities today were threading Cheerios, tap tap boards, large scale drawing, nexus boards and ball balancing!
We love fine motor Fridays!
We have enjoyed sports lessons from Mr Tweedy and his team. We have been learning lots of new skills such as avoiding obstacles, balls skills and teamwork games.
We have been practising our fine motor skills through lots of play activities.
Our new bikes , cars and scooters are great fun. The children have loved the two person taxi bike!
The children have enjoyed creating vehicles, houses and dens with our outdoor resources.
Our mud kitchen area has proved very popular. The children can be seen pouring, stirring, measuring and mixing the 'ingredients'. It has prompted lovely language and wonderful co-operative play!
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