A child cautiously hammers golf tees into a foam-block, being vigilant not to hit a finger, and then carefully places different textured balls on the top of a golf tee, trying to balance each ball.
Golf tees need to be hammered straight in order for the child to be able to balance a ball on it.
This activity is a great way to develop dexterity (fine-motor skill) as well as hand-eye coordination, and most importantly, it is fun! Hammering also develops gross motor control and teaches a child a valuable practical life skill!
fill a jar with water, squirt some shaving foam on top (not too much), drip food coloring on top of shaving foam, WAIT .... The color should seep through the foam, creating colorful percipitation ~ see my IG Stories