Exploring Math, Fine Motor Activity, play, sensory play, Uncategorized

Pom Pom Sorting with Toddlers

Pom Poms are such a versatile little item. They are great for sensory play, crafts, counting, colour recognition, teaching spatial awareness, sorting activities and so much more! Today I thought we needed to get back to basics and ground ourselves with some simple play. Miss 19 months hasn't been feeling very well with a nasty… Continue reading Pom Pom Sorting with Toddlers

Fine Motor Activity, play, sensory play, Uncategorized

Colour Sorting a Rainbow

Children are attracted to bright colours. When you think about it, it's the brightly coloured fruits that are often the sweetest, most ripe and packed with nutrition. While I love natural tones of our environment, these bright colours have been really fun to work with! After colouring our Rainbow Nuts the other day, we have… Continue reading Colour Sorting a Rainbow

Book Reviews

Story Tray – Rainbow Fairy

Today's Story Tray was inspired by this week play theme. For the last six days we have been exploring Rainbows! I asked Miss 18m which story she would like us to read. After scanning the shelf, she selected 'Rainbow Fairy' by Lee Krutop. This is one of three little Fairy books we found at a… Continue reading Story Tray – Rainbow Fairy