BLOCK PUZZLES are great for little hands'
fine motor skills and cognitive development
Xrays and leaf skeletons allow children to experience the effects of
transparency at first hand and to determine which materials are opaque.
Ascending size and number are mirrored in nature
ICT SKILLS: Using a computer to play games
and follow instructions
Chestnuts, pine cones and wooden blocks are lovely autumnal resources which encourage tactile
exploration. We made pine cone bird feeders by rolling them in peanut butter and sprinkling
bird seed on them then hanging them on branches.
ANIMAL SKELTONS reveal an
exciting hidden world and support
children's concentration skills
FLIGHTS OF FANCY: small world
aeroplane provides the opportunity
to imagine trips to other countries,
expanding our UNDERSTANDING of
Literacy skills are supported
by touch button books that
match up the correct object.
A WOODEN RATTLE
A kaleidoscopic lens
provides a new
wndow on the world
Children's concentration and powers of
discrimination as they hear and produce
differences in tone and volume
according to the different characters'
GROWING BUTTERFLIES FROM
BABY CATERPILLARS WE
OBSERVE THE CYCLE OF LIFE
Recyling Shape sorter