Activity and tip of the week

Disclaimer: Activities with children must always be risk assessed, including for allergies or choking. Children must always have adequate supervision. Resources and materials must always be appropriate for children’s age and stage of development.

Activity: Wimbledon

Activity of the week

This Wimbledon-themed activity will help children to model positive attitudes about the differences between people, be able to talk about similarities and differences and increase their knowledge and awareness of people with disabilities.

Learning aims
• To increase knowledge, awareness and acceptance of people with disabilities
• Talk about similarities and differences
• Model positive attitudes about the differences between people
• Recognise and accept each other as individuals.

Activity: Wimbledon

Tips: Hand-eye coordination

Tip of the week

Hand-eye coordination involves activities that require you to use your hand and eyes at the same time, for example writing or driving a car. Helping children to become adept at a range of visual movements and linking these to physical movements will support them to use cutlery, get dressed, write, play sports, woodwork and so much more.

Ten top tips to develop hand-eye coordination include:

Tips: Hand-eye coordination

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