Find and Discover

Age
0-3 years
Child Development
Gross motor skills, fine motor skills, understanding that objects can be inside others.
Equipment
Small items you can hide (such as foam stars, tissue paper or pompoms)
Objects to hide the small items in (such as small paper bags or plastic eggs that can be opened and closed)
Physical Activity

This activity aims to develop the fundamental movement skills of locomotion (crawling, walking), coordination (reaching, grasping), and balance (flexibility).

Where this can be played
Indoors or outdoors
How to Play

Place items inside the larger objects, then hide the large objects around the space for your child to find. When the child finds the object, encourage them to explore and see if they can find the item inside.

Important Note: Ensure that you use items that would not be a choking hazard to children.

Change it up / Alternatives / Additional Options
  • For children with a visual impairment, paint the surface of the large object to provide tactile feedback for the child.
  • If you have a child with another type of disability not mentioned above, they may be able to participate in this activity without adaptations or modifications.