Fine Motor

  • Early Handwriting Progress Pack

    …different shapes and correct formations across all areas of a setting including outdoors. This kit will develop the tools children need for successful handwriting including fine motor skills, coordination and control whilst encouraging correct formation and building confidence. Age: 3 years+.

  • I Can Tie My Shoe

    Improve fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination while learning to tie shoes! Age: 4 years+.

  • PlayFoam

    Playfoam provides mess-free creative play for children, encouraging imaginative thinking and promoting sensory perception and fine motor skills. This unique creative play product will only stick to itself, not to hands, hair, clothes or carpet. Playfoam never dries out so can be used time and time…

  • Tweezers

    These tweezers are just right for little hands and are a great tool to help in developing the pincer grasp.• Gator Grabber Tweezers™ size: 100mm(l)• Primary Science™ Jumbo Tweezers size: 150mm(l)• 6 colours• Sets of 12

  • Threading Animals

    A set of two threading animals, a bear and a butterfly. Both come with laces. An ideal lacing resource which is great for developing fine motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination. Age: 4 years+.

  • Handy Scoopers™

    Get a grip on fine motor skills with the best selling Learning Resources Handy Scoopers! These scissor style scoopers are great for use in sand pit or water trays as they feature holes in their scoops so children can see the water escape. The easy-grip handles promote firm control and encourage…

  • Primary Science™ Jumbo Eyedroppers

    These oversized and colourful science tools are ideal for little hands to grip. Easy-to-use droppers encourage experimenting with volume and cause and effect also developing fine motor skills as they squeeze and release to select liquid. Age: 3 years+.

  • Dr Pooch

    …teach children how to dress themselves by helping them buckle up their belts, button up their clothes and tie their shoe laces. Whilst developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, this adorable dog also makes a fantastically fun friend featuring a removable soft jacket, floppy ears and a…

  • Developmental Pencil Grip

    Support individuals who have difficulty transitioning to the tripod grip. It could also benefit children who are later developing fine motor control due to coordination difficulties such as dyspraxia.• Made from foam• Pack of 5

  • Pattern Boards

    An excellent teaching tool for developing hand/eye co-ordination. The thread can be looped through the holes to create letters, numbers or more complex patterns. Boards are easy to clean, durable and can be linked together. Age: 3 years+.• 20 coloured laces• 4 threading pens• Set of 4…

  • Snap n' Learn™ Number Turtles

    Snap together and pull apart these tactile turtles for number fun. Each appealing turtle invites little hands to snap together and pull apart pieces, reinforcing fine motor skills. Great for sand, water or imaginative play. Age: 2 years+.

  • Smart Snacks® Alpha Pops™

    Put together these fun lollipops to match uppercase and lowercase letters. Great for fine motor skills and imaginative play! Age: 2 years+.

  • Mini Muffin Maths Activity Set

    Select from a variety of sorting circle inserts to boost colour recognition, sorting, counting and early maths skills. Dice feature colour and numbers allowing for group activities and games. Squeezy tweezers reinforce fine motor skills. Age: 3 years+.

  • String Along Lacing Classroom Set

    …a lace then “pinch & punch” a design using the punch pen. Encourage children to create their own designs or follow one of the colourful pattern cards. Perfect for strengthening fine motor skills, developing hand-eye coordination, encouraging creativity and improving concentration. Up to four player.

  • Gears! Gears! Gears!® Super Building Set

    …solving. Children can build anything in their imagination with this bumper tub of Gears. It provides hands-on learning and will help develop fine motor skills as young learners piece the cogs and gears together. Helps the understanding of cause and effect and is ideal as a solo or group activity.…

  • Matching and Threading

    Children will enjoy selecting and threading coloured pieces to complete either a house, frog, car or train. An interesting resource for identification and co-ordination skills. Age: 3 years+.• Size: ranges from 140mm-190mm• Set of 4

  • Snap-n-Learn™ Alphabet Alligators

    …colour-coded alligator is marked with letters on the head and tail. The set includes 13 heads and tails, marked on both sides. Each alligator invites little hands to snap together and pull apart pieces, reinforcing fine motor skills. Age: 2 years+.• Set of 26 pieces• Alligator measures 100mm(l)

  • 0-100 Number Beads

    Brightly coloured beads printed on one side only to enable the teacher to hide a number for the child to identify. Develops fine motor skills, maths and sorting and counting abilities. Age: 3 years+.

  • Creative Painting Window

    Get creative with this lovely painting window. Great for developing creative and fine motor skills. The acrylic screen is easy to clean and can be used in landscape or portrait format. The sturdy frame means that it can be left outside.• Suitable from birth• Made from wood• H130 x W87 x L140cm

  • Twisty Droppers™

    These fun educational tools are great for developing hand strength and fine motor skills in young learners! The pipette styled droppers are great fun for use during water play and can be used for a variety of science exploration activities. Each dropper features a soft, durable bulb, ideally sized…

  • Scholastic Handwriting Teacher Resource Books

    …left-handers. Animated demonstrations of letter formation can also be found on the CD-ROM.• Handwriting Reception-Year 2 includes fine and gross motor skills, patterning, introducing individual letters (suitable for introduction phonically or in letter families), and introducing joining•…

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