Fun activities with tape, straws, and pom poms. This is a great oral-motor exercise, calming and rocusing activity for children. Whether they're working on Sensory needs, speech, etc. I've done this with a few kids on my case load to help strengthen lip, cheek and jaw muscles to prepare for speech.

Fun Kid Activity: Lines of Colored Tape, straws and pompoms. Try straws and cotton balls. Adding the lines ups the challenge. Using pompoms allows you to adjust the size from tiny to pretty big. The pompoms are also nicer looking.

Montessori Inspired Scent Jars - sensory experience and play for baby and infants

DIY Montessori Inspired Scent Jars

Fine motor activity - Stumping in the Mud ≈≈

Fine motor activity: corks, tongs, and an egg carton. Finally something to do with all those corks we've been saving!

Use found natural items as nature's stampers to make fun impressions in play dough. Fun activity for toddlers and preschoolers (and mums!) ~ Danya Banya

Nature's Stampers: Impressions in play dough

Gather seed pods (or other natural items) as nature's stampers to make fun impressions in play dough. Fun sensory art activity for toddlers and preschoolers (and mums!

Fine motor activity - rubber bands and thumbtacks on cork! Love the bright colors!

Fine motor activity - rubber bands and thumbtacks on cork! Love the bright colors! (just as long as the kids don't pull out the tacks, could be dangerous)

Learning Your Name - three playful ways to help kids learn to recognise their own name using a simple name card.

Learning Your Name Activities - Three Ideas for Using A Name Card

Learning Your Name - three playful ways to help kids learn to recognise their own name using a simple name card. Could use for sight words for bigger kids too.

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