Fine Motor Skills

  • Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set™

    The use of these early learning tools will strengthen fine motor skills. Age: 2 years+.Set includes one each of:• Gator grabber tweezers™• Handy scoopers™• Twisty droppers™• Squeezy tweezers™• Set of 4

  • Number Beads

    …colour coded operations (plus, minus, multiplication, division and equals) which make calculations easy to put together whilst developing fine motor skills. Age: 3 years+.• 116 beads and 12 strings (66 numbers, 8 plus signs, 8 divided, 8 multiply, 8 minus and 18 equals beads)• Beads…

  • SeaWeenies Starfish Sand & Water Wheel

    • Teaches children about weight, mathematical concepts, fine motor skills and capacity• Age: 3 years+

  • SeaWeenies Turtle Sand & Water Toy

    • The different sized holes can be used to develop fine motor skills, balance, speed and time• Age: 3 years+

  • 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+.• Butterfly size: 260mm x 195mm x 160mm• Bear size: 190mm x 140mm x 130mm• Set of 2,…

  • Squeezy Tweezers™

    These easy-to-use plastic tweezers will encourage fine motor skills while preparing young hands and brains for writing! Unique tweezers have scoops on the end to allow for collection of small objects – once collected the object cannot be released until squeezed again which avoids frustration for…

  • Recycle Magnetic Board

    …bin recycling containers and 15 common colour coded objects to collect and place into the right container. Collection is achieved using a magnetic pen. Excellent for concentration, fine motor skills and to learn about items that can be recycled. Age: 3 years+.• 392mm(w) x 232mm(h) x 20mm(d)

  • Alphabet Sand Moulds

    Sturdy, fun, plastic letters are great for encouraging tactile learning and reinforcing fine motor skills.• Available in uppercase or lowercase• Set of 26• Size: 75mm(h) x 15mm(d)

  • Wooden Threading Beads

    A selection of colourful wooden threading beads containing different shapes and a threading string. Make patterns and encourage fine motor and co-ordination skills. Age: 3 years+.• Made from beech wood• Approx. bead size: 20mm• Set of 72

  • 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+.• Colour-coded for self checking• Lollipops feature a different letter on each side• Size: 30mm(w) x 100mm(h)

  • 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+.• Cork panel size: 195mm(l) x 195mm(w) x 8mm(d)• Set of 52 pieces

  • My Very First Games: Feeling and Touching

    Various activities about feeling and touching. The beautiful, easy to grasp wooden pieces stimulate free play and foster fine motor skills. The two tactile games introduce first games with rules. Age: 2 years+.• A game for 1-2 players

  • SeaWeenies Sand and Water Toys

    These sand and water toys are a great addition to the SeaWeenies play table (item code 210933). Teaching children about lots of different concepts such as weight, capacity, counting, subtraction, emptying, filling and fine motor skills. Age: 3 years+.

  • Handy Scoopers™

    …firm control and encourage children to practice scissor control. Colourful scoopers are ideal for developing a number of early skills, specifically fine motor skills and hand-to-eye coordination. This set of four comes in four different colours. Ages 3+. • Colours: purple, orange, green and yellow•…

  • LEGO® DUPLO® Tech Machines

    …introduction to science and technology, this set includes four screwdrivers and integrated screws, as well as lots of versatile elements such as reels, hooks and scoops• Designed to develop fine motor skills and for exploring machines and engineering skills• Age: 3-6 years• Set of 96

  • 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…

  • Froggy Feeding Fun™

    …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+.• 2 frogs• 60 foam flies in six colours• Two dice• Activity guide• Frog…

  • 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

  • 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…

  • Large Bell Cups

    Large enough to enable very young children with less well developed fine motor skills to manipulate them with ease. The large bell cups can be used in their own natural state or used creatively at Diwali, Christmas or other festivals. They can also be used outdoors as hanging bird feeders filled…

  • 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+.• Set of 72 beads and 6 laces