Great Gross Motor Game with Plastic Eggs
Editor’s Note: The Easter Egg Activity is a supplementary activity to the bloggers primary activity with the masking tape lines. You can read more about the easter egg part of the activity further down in her blog post.
[Source: Little Bins for Little Hands]
These fun indoor games are perfect for developing kids’ gross motor skills! Simple to set up and great for getting out extra energy. Do you have a gross motor sensory seeker? Do you have a VERY active child? I do! Here I created these super easy indoor gross motor activities to enjoy anytime!
The next day he wanted to use the lines again. I took out a bag of plastic Easter eggs. I set one at each end or switch in the line for a total of 30 on the floor. First I had him clear one line as fast as he could and drop each egg in the bucket.
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