Blog #2 How to work fine and gross motor skills Through Play?



Nest or "Maternal" Infant Community: 0 to 3 Years.

Children's House: 3 to 6 years.


¿How to work fine and gross motor skills Through Play?



Learning objectives:

1.    Name of the Geometric Figures.

2. Cut out Geometric Figures.

3. Learn Colors.

4. Promotion of Fine and Gross Motrocity.

5. Exploration of shapes and spaces.

6. Development of Creativity.


7. Promotion of Imaginative Play and Coordination and hand-eye control.


Today I present you a small collection of educational activities to learn geometric shapes! A group of ideas, games, crafts, sensory activities ... Discover them all!

Activities designed for figure recognition, color and size recognition, classification skills, and visual memory stimulation. They are basic activities, focused on repetition as learning.

Sensory Figures Activities

Sensory activities involve learning by touch for a fantastic learning process. A perfect activity for the little ones, who are learning about shapes.

Activities to touch and feel. Children learn through their five senses, it is the best way for children to internalize their learning experience.



Figure Classification Box.

A simple box with several holes cut out with the shapes of the geometric figures can help the little ones to fixate and assimilate the contour and shape of the geometric figures.


Geometric Figures Blocks.

The blocks of geometric figures can provide many educational activities: throw them into the air and recognize shapes, pile them up by equal figures, create seriation ...


Looking for Geometric Figures in Sand Tray.

Discoveries in a sandbox to stimulate early learning by hiding objects, you can change the sheet of geometric figures for numbers, letters, sizes, colors ... even create one with stickers that your little one places on a cardboard that you will put under the tray.

See you soon in a new blog and never forget, that we learn by playing.

xoxo AZ.