Tag: sensory

Best Modelling/Play Dough Resources

What are the best play dough/ modelling resources for young children? One of our favourite ways to practise fine motor skills is by squishing, squeezing and shaping. But with so many types of play dough and similar resources available it can be tricky to know which ones to […]

Review Squishy Squashy Books

We’ve been trying out Imagine That Publisher’s brand new Squishy Squashy Books this week The Squishy Squashy Books with their fun short story, bright illustrations, cute characters and squishy ‘toy like’ animal are ideal for young children. In my opinion, they are also great for some older children […]

‘What’s in My Tray?’ Initiative by Gratnells

Gratnells trays* have become almost ubiquitous with school classrooms in the UK. They are used for so many aspects of organisation in schools from storing individual children’s work and organising stationary to transporting and storing science equipment by technicians in secondary schools. For many primary school children Gratnells […]

Forming Letters of The Alphabet with Flour

Wanting to get your child practising forming the letters of the alphabet in a fun, sensory way? We love practising forming the letters using sand… …but when the weathers cold- using flour in a tray can be a great indoor alternative. What do you need? A Tray/plate/shallow box […]