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Transferring Ideas

  • Grasping dried pasta twists by hand and transferring between 2 bowls on a tray.
  •  Spooning dried beans between 2 bowls on a tray.
  • Spooning dried beans between 2 bowls on a tray.
  • Spooning rice or lentils between 2 bowls on a tray.
  • Transferring water with a sponge between 2 bowls (or a double bowl) with a small sponge for drips, on a tray.
  • Transferring liquid with a mini ladle between 2 bowls, with a small sponge for drips, on a tray.
  • Transferring liquid with a turkey baster between 2 bowls, with a small sponge for drips, on a tray.
  • Transferring liquid with a pipette between 2 shot glasses, with a small sponge for drips, on a tray.
  • Transferring coloured water with a pipette on to an upturned soap mat, with a small sponge for drips, on a tray.
  • Transferring cotton wool balls with meatball tongs between 2 bowls on a tray.
  • Transferring Hama® beads from a small bowl to a Hama board using tweezers, on a trayHama beads are wonderfully fiddly and therefore perfect for using with tweezers. The child can make random patterns or make a picture. These also have the added benefit that the image can be made permanent if ironed.
  • Using training chopsticks to transfer HappyMais® between a bowl and a sorting dish.
  • Using Chopsticks (or training chopsticks) to transfer HappyMais® between a box and a bowl on a tray.
  • Pegging clothes pegs onto the edge of a box or basket on a tray.
  • Pegging mini clothes pegs onto the edge of a tray/ onto a line strung across a tray.
  • Using Tea Tongs (or any tongs) to transfer beads out of a bowl of water.
  • Using a garlic press to squeeze water from mini sponges.

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A huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to our ideas bank.
We take no responsibility for the safety of these suggestions - please always assess the risks of activities you present to children.

 

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