Looking for a fun indoor activity to entertain your kids this winter? Find out how to make fake snow for sensory play using two edible ingredients—and it will actually be cold to the touch! This taste-safe play snow makes a great filler for winter sensory bins and is suitable for kids of all ages including infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Such an easy recipe—all you'll need is water and baking soda (no shaving cream)! Make this DIY snow using only 2 simple ingredients to entertain the kids!
We’ve been cooped up at home lately with the baby trying to get on a normal nap schedule. With that, my toddler is going stir crazy on these rainy days inside. I’ve been determined to find ways to keep her busy while still being educational. I love this craft because it lets your child see painting in a whole My toddler is 3 and she was more independent than ever painting on her aluminum foil. | Journey to SAHM @journeytosahm #sensorypainting #foilpainting #preschoolart #journeytosahm
Bubbles are fun at any age! Did you know that you can also use bubbles as a sensory play idea for toddlers? You can setup a simple dish soap and water bucket and have the kids experiment with how they can make bubbles with sponges, straws, and more! Let them play and get "clean" without even knowing it! Check out the three easy ways we use bubbles for sensory play.
Make an irresistibly fun St. Patrick’s day sensory bag for kids to play with with following our easy directions. Kids will love playing with a St. Patrick’s day sensory bag. The movement of shamrocks and gold moving around right before their eyes will captivate them and any leprechaun watching near by. It’s sure to be a hit!
Outdoor sensory paths for children are not only fun to explore (and make!), they also provide opportunities for children to build sensory connections in the brain and improve gross motor skills. Check out these 20 outdoor sensory path ideas for kids you can set up in your outdoor play area. | The Empowered Educator