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Instagram photo 2017-07-27 15:46:50

27 July 15:46:50
Sometimes you ve just got to use whatever you can find. Whether its using metal bowls (see first post) to let your little heroes create magnificant noises that all us parents love to hear (but fun for them) or old left over paper plates from a BBQ. The aim of this fun game is to get our little ones minds working. You start by putting letters on the back of each plate. Every plate should have a duplicate letter.. Even if you ve only 10 plates its still fun. DON T FORGET TO GET INVOLVED TOO... If your kids see you enjoying it, they ll enjoy it too. My little helper loved this. She has a fantastic memory..... she beat me 16-10. This activity helps to encourage concentration/attention span, turn taking, language, literacy and even numeracy skills. Most of us have these stashed in cupboards (if not just an old notepad or anything you can write letters on) and Iwrote a few letters on them and made an activity that everyone can enjoy. Happy Thursday everyone Cat x #games
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Instagram photo 2017-07-27 13:57:05

27 July 13:57:05
#Repost @preferredtherapytoys (@get_repost) ・・・ Our toy spotlight of the week is one of my favorites for early elementary aged kids! Roll the dice and arrange them to match the picture card....This game is great for visual perceptual skills and also nice that it has different levels - comes with cards from 1 to 6 dice designs. I also like to have my kids then draw the pictures they create for some added visual motor practice👍🏻 👀...more info about this game and link to purchase on website.... Link in profile .....#kidsgames #schoolot #pediatricot #visualperception #visualperceptualskills #visualmotor #schoolgames #learningthroughplay #prewritingactivity