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Small world and construction areas next to each other will compliment each other and extend the possibilities of play

Small world and construction areas next to each other will compliment each other and extend the possibilities of play

Developing fine motor skills at Broome - image shared by Early Years Learning (",)

Developing fine motor skills at Broome - image shared by Early Years Learning (",)

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills. (I like the table too... wonder how I could make one?!)

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills. (I like the table too... wonder how I could make one?!)

Match sets by matching the numbered key to the lock with the correct number of dots on it. GREAT for fine motor skills and very motivational! -- love this! Work on numeral recognition, quantity, and bilateral coordination and grasp!

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