Sensory Activities : Pond life sensory play
Fun and easy to set up pond sensory bin. Kids can create their own sensory bins. #FROGS #pondlife #sensorybins #spring from www.blogmemom.com
Alphabet Squish - I Can Teach My Child!
This alphabet squish activity is the perfect sensory and tactile experience for little ones learning their letters! Just a few household ingredients needed!
Beach Sensory Play
These creative beach sensory bins and small worlds are a fun way to set up beach sensory play activities for preschoolers during summer theme activities.
20 Farm Small World Play Ideas for Kids
Bring the farm right to your table with a farm small world! Set these farm theme sensory play activities up for toddler and preschool pretend play.
Giant Colour Themed Sensory Tub - The Imagination Tree
Create a giant sensory tub for toddlers and preschoolers to learn about colours in a whole body, mutli-sensory way, with fine motor activities mixed in too
Sensory bins are so much fun and can literally keep kids entertained for hours! We usually set up our sensory bin and keep it out for days, weeks sometimes even for a month! We made a fun Autumn Sensory Bin, an Alphabet Apple Picking Sensory Bin, a Christmas Small World Construction Site sensory bin, and …
Donut Shop Sensory Play + Love to Learn Linky #8
Have some fun Donut Shop Sensory play with a play dough donut bakery and coffee sensory bin. Plus the Love to Learn Linky!
Birthday Sensory Bin - Kids STEAM Lab
Create easy activities for toddlers and preschoolers with a sensory bin. Sensory bins allow kids to explore their senses and create with open play.
Tot School~ Dr. Seuss Week
~Corinne is 31 months~ My older kids had activities to go along with a different Dr. Seuss book everyday. For Corinne, I made up a variety of Seuss inspired trays for her to explore throughout the week. She also joined her brothers in some fun activities and themed snacks. I posted about some of the activities previously, but I thought it might be helpful to have all of the toddler friendly Seuss-y things we did in one post as well. CAT IN THE HAT: Cat's Hat pattern: She helped paint the…
Cutting Grass Sensory Tub
This week we have grass in the sensory table ready to be cut. Scissors were provided and we sat back and watched how they went at it. The smell of the cut grass was so fresh and spring like. Some children already knew how to hold the scissors in one hand but others not yet. It was fun to brush our hands across the top of the thick wheat grass. It was a good opportunity to talk about the scissors opening and closing and getting the feel of that movement. With a bit of instruction on where to…
Top 10 Sensory Play Ideas from 2011 - The Imagination Tree
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas break! I am going to be posting some Top 10 posts over these next few days to highlight what were YOUR favourite ideas from The Imagination Tree in 2011. Here are the 10 most popular sensory play posts from the site this year, as shown by the...Read More »
Sensory Activities for Kids: Scented Sensory Bin
Easy to create SCENTED sensory bin for toddlers and up. So many opportunities for investigation, sensorial exploration and learning. #fallactivities #sensoryactivities
Colors of Fall Sensory Bin for Preschoolers- Life Over C's
Despite the fact that it has been over 80 degrees for the past few days, the leaves on our trees here are quickly changing colors and falling to the grass below. So it’s a perfect time to be talking about the colors of fall for #playfulpreschool this week. If you haven’t yet, be sure to ...