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We have had a great week using split-pins to create different characters and objects. The children were given a task to create something using the split pins. They had to think about what they wanted to make and then draw the separate parts. They then had to use their fine motor skills to cut out the pieces and make holes with a pencil and blue tac, so they could then attach the pieces together with a split-pin. Look at the creations the children came up with.

We have had a great week using split-pins to create different  characters and objects. The children were given a task to create something using the split pins. They had to think about what they wanted to make and then draw the separate parts. They then had to use their fine motor skills to cut out the pieces and make holes with a pencil and blue tac, so they could then attach the pieces together with a split-pin. Look at the creations the children came up with. 1
We have had a great week using split-pins to create different  characters and objects. The children were given a task to create something using the split pins. They had to think about what they wanted to make and then draw the separate parts. They then had to use their fine motor skills to cut out the pieces and make holes with a pencil and blue tac, so they could then attach the pieces together with a split-pin. Look at the creations the children came up with. 2
We have had a great week using split-pins to create different  characters and objects. The children were given a task to create something using the split pins. They had to think about what they wanted to make and then draw the separate parts. They then had to use their fine motor skills to cut out the pieces and make holes with a pencil and blue tac, so they could then attach the pieces together with a split-pin. Look at the creations the children came up with. 3
We have had a great week using split-pins to create different  characters and objects. The children were given a task to create something using the split pins. They had to think about what they wanted to make and then draw the separate parts. They then had to use their fine motor skills to cut out the pieces and make holes with a pencil and blue tac, so they could then attach the pieces together with a split-pin. Look at the creations the children came up with. 4
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