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Lacing cards build bilateral coordination skills. We also use these on our writing table for tracing!
We have several different brands of pegs and pegboards, and all are enjoyed by our children. We use them for sorting, counting, and patterning.
I first learned about these amazing puzzles in a workshop, and have been using them in our classroom ever since. Each puzzle comes with a magnetic wand that can be challenging and very rewarding! These puzzles help develop hand-eye coordination and visual perception.
These plastic pieces encourage children to explore shapes and colors while developing their fine motor skills.
We have several different styles of stack and sort cups and all are enjoyed by our 3 year olds. This activity develops color-matching, size progression and counting, along with fine motor skills.
We just added this toy to our collection last month. It contains 25 monkey pegs, a crepe rubber pegboard, and an activity guide. In addition to being a wonderful fine motor toy, this activity develops pattern and color recognition, spatial reasoning, categorization, and imaginative play.