Nature Treasure Shape Match

Making connections to the world

Most days, we are out exploring for the entire morning. We spend our days in different parks around Vienna and often collect ‘Nature Treasures’ along the way. Today I was inspired by the rock shape activity I saw on Little Pine Learners, to create our own shape match…

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Shape Trees

Shape matching for little learners

This shape match activity is a creative way to get little learners recognising shapes and colours in a fun, playful way. It is suitable from around the age of 2.5 years and up…

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Pre- Writing Shapes

Essential skills for your preschooler to master

Did you know that there are 9 pre-writing shapes that your child should master before they attempt to write letters? It’s all too tempted to run before walking, but it’s essential that these skills are mastered first. I did a little diagnostic task with Z first to see what stage she was at. Read on below for more…

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Healthy Food Sort

Learning to categorise and classify objects is a big part of the early years mathematical curriculum. It helps memory skills and also build visual perception and thinking skills. This Very Hungry Caterpillar activity helped Z (aged 3.8 years) boost these essential skills with the help of a familiar story book character.

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Meet Alison from Toddler Activities at Home

Introducing Alison from Brisbane, Australia. Alison is a childcare educator who runs Toddler Activities at Home on Instagram. She lives with her two girls (aged 14 months and 2.10 years) and her husband, Dion. Alison and Dion are also owners of the gorgeous online toy store Little Toy Tribe…

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