Make writing practice fun with a DIY simple-to-make scented writing salt tray. If you love all the good smells then…
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Making slime is a super fun sensory activity for kids, even older kids and parents can enjoy playing with the big hunk of goo that comes out of mixing a couple of simple ingredients together.
Sensory bins are such a fun way for children to use their senses to learn. They can see, feel, smell, hear, and sometimes even taste the items in the bin. They can then use those items to pretend, create, play, count, move, match, sort, stir, mix and more.
If your little girl loves Frozen then this sensory and exploration bin is the perfect way to combine her love for Anna and Elsa with some hands on exploration.
Preschoolers love sensory bins so an Autumn Sensory Bin was the perfect supplement to the Autumn themed unit our preschool girls are working on. As soon as the four-year-olds saw it on the table they went right over and dug their hands in. They touched, dug, scooped, poured, played, and just had fun with it!
Our children discovered kinetic sand a few months ago when we were at our local Michael’s store where they had some…