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The MOVING and LEARNING activities and stimulate perceptual-motor development because, as we all know, A moving child is a learning child. Discovering the world by looking, listening, touching and moving – always in the context of play – leads to deep and long-lasting learning.

Links for Games

Key Words

  • Hand and finger strength and control, hand dominance, self-regulation, co-operation.

  • Visual-spatial awareness, finger control and co-ordination, planning.

  • Eye/hand co-ordination, finger strengthening, finger control and co-ordination.

  • Visual/spatial awareness, visual closure, deductive reasoning (if...then). 

  • Visual memory, planning, letter and number formation. 

Wonky Towers

Sleight of Hand 

3D Hide and Think

What is the secret letter? 

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