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My 2 year old daughter loves to make pictures out of pebbles. It’s great for developing kids motor skills.


Material

  • 1 piece of flat wood
  • 100 pebbles

Method

  1. Place pebbles on the wood.
  2. Show your child how to make a shape or picture.
  3. Watch your child become creative with pebbles. When finished, tip your pebbles back into the garden.

Notes

Always supervise your child during this activity.




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  • mum4107
    • 04 Jun 2015
      5:50 am

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  • What a great outdoor or indoor project for the kids big and small.

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  • A great fine motor activity for the kids too

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  • oh that is cute and a fun way of learning too. i like that she’s enjoying the pebbles…

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  • therapeutic activity for all ages and flexible in that any design could be done and materials can be swapped such as coloured glass beads, rocks, leaves.

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  • EVEN OLDER kids canhelp out with the counting of the rock

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  • gorgeous! lovely idea to keep them busy.

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  • Simple idea but beautiful and you can even colour the pebbles and make other things very clever

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  • Great that you can use the pebbles over and over again


    • You could pebble picture anything, trees, animals, letters

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  • Simple but great idea.

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  • We love collecting pebbles/shells when visiting the beach and then making these at home.

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  • A good way to keep little ones busy.

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  • My daughter also loves making ‘tactile’ pictures. We use lots more then just pebbles tho. She even has a scrapbook from when we visited interstate. She’s got different plants ect on pages with a description of where they’re from and what we were doing there. A lovely memento

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  • My nephew loves pebbles,a great way to learn also!

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  • Great way to learn letters and numbers too.

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  • A good idea to bring nature inside in winter too.

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