I needed an activity to help my kids revise the shapes they had learnt so far. Also, I wanted them to do a fun activity related to the same so that they remember it – preferable a gross motor or a fine motor one.
So I mixed learning with fun – we did a fine motor activity for the same.
- Paper – Chart/ A4 Sheets
- Tiny pebbles/ buttons etc.
I cut the chart in half – length wise and then stuck them together at the breadth. Then, with a bold marker, I drew big sized shapes and wrote their names inside the shape.
Then I gave them tiny pebbles to place on the outline of the shapes.
I also had some small sized buttons for the same activity, which I gave to few other students.
I divided my class into boys and girls. First, the girls completed the activity and then the boys. We even redid the activity so that each kid got a chance to make almost every shape.
And above are the final shapes made by my kiddies. They sure were happy and delighted with the activity.