Fine Motor Skills

  • 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+.

  • 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+.

  • Number Beads

    …on one side only to enable the teacher to hide a number for the child to identify. Beads are numbered 0-10 and also included are colour coded operations (plus, minus, multiplication, division and equals) which make calculations easy to put together whilst developing fine motor skills. Age: 3 years+.

  • Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set™

    The use of these early learning tools will strengthen fine motor skills. Age: 2 years+.

  • Farm Hammer and Nail Set

    A game for creative minds. Children can build their own farm with this hammer and nail set, promoting fine motor skills and dexterity. Age: 3 years+.

  • PlayFoam Combo 8-Pack

    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…

  • Nature Snail Cabinet

    A versatile and appealing shelf and storage unit for storing books, toys and other accessories. The unit includes a circular maze for children to practice fine motor skills. Made from MDF and particle board for durability and value.

  • 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

  • Plastic Cotton Reels

    Plastic cotton reels ideal for use as wheels.• Standard size• 8mm diameter hole• Assorted colours • Pack of 100

  • Shapes Labyrinth

    …manual dexterity and the development of fine motor skills. Right-angled corners, bends and curves are all tracks that need to be negotiated by using the colourful wooden shapes which have a corresponding shape for their home base. Helps to develop skills in colour and shape recognition as well as…

  • Happy Owls

    …eyes onto the magnet owls bodies. Children can follow the activity cards provided or mix to create their own unique owls. Helps understand sequences, shapes, colour recognition, fine motor skills and hand eyed coordination. Age: 2 years+.• Packed with cotton bag• Size: 300mm(w) x 75mm(d) x 180mm(h)

  • 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…

  • Creative LEGO® Brick Set

    …1000 pieces included, the set allows children to create all sorts of life-like or imaginary figures, objects and buildings. Children develop fine motor skills while constructing, and the building cards will support and inspire their creativity. Where will their imaginations take them? A handful of…

  • Rainbow Pebbles

    Children will have plenty of fun with this construction and early mathematics manipulative. Ideal for developing fine motor skills, counting, sorting and creative design. Age: 3 years+.

  • Shape Lacing Beads

    These shape beads are brightly coloured with shapes printed on one side only. The beads are printed with either a square, rectangle, triangle, star, circle or a diamond. Develops fine motor skills and shape recognition. Age: 3 years+.

  • 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…

  • Dress Me Doll

    …with different fastenings (wooden and plastic buttons, poppers, hook and loop fastener, zips, laces and buckles). Through playing with this doll, children will develop essential skills such as dexterity, fine motor skills and self-reliance. Age: 3 years+.• Length: 750mm(l)• Single doll

  • Alphabet Sand Moulds

    Sturdy, fun, plastic letters are great for encouraging tactile learning and reinforcing fine motor skills.

  • Froggy Feeding Fun™

    Players roll the dice to determine the number and colour of flies to collect, then squeeze the frog's mouth to catch them in this unique fine motor skills game. Also develops counting and colour recognition skills. Age: 3 years+.

  • 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+.

  • LEGO® DUPLO® Tech Machines

    …ideal introduction to science and technology. Tech Machines is designed to develop fine motor skills and for exploring machines and engineering skills. The set can also be used for exploring idea communication and listening skills and for discussing social roles and responsibilities. Age: 3 years+.

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