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Sensory bins encourage kids in undirected play

Two-year-old Frey Hild loves getting his hands dirty and exploring new textures, sights and smells. But instead of making a mess in a backyard sandbox, his mom, Heather Howse, creates opportunities for indoor sensory play by making sensory bins. 947 more words

Parenting

Sensory Play: What to Do with Old Play-Doh

As you can see, this sensory play got just a liiiiitle messy. But I guess that means it was a success.

This particular sensory bin started out with one of O’s favorite activities, colored baking soda and vinegar eruptions. 220 more words

Learn And Play

Easter themed sensory bin

Easter is fast approaching and I’m currently LOVING my new sand and water tables so I created a sensory bin with an Easter theme. Coloured rice, little chickens, wood wool, fake Easter eggs, scoops and little buckets make for an exciting bin that my little ones will love playing with :)

75 Indoor Play Activities for Toddlers

Recently we have been spending a lot of time sharing indoor activities for toddlers because, lets face it, the weather is miserable but my toddler does not seem to share my love of “the duvet day”. 320 more words

Toddler

Valentine's Day Week 2

The kids had a blast this week with all of the great books and fun Valentine crafts we did. ¬†After reading “The Biggest Valentine Ever” the kids got to make their own biggest Valentine mouse. ¬† 95 more words

15 Indoor Sensory Bins for Toddlers

Recently we’ve been focussing on indoor activities in an attempt to chase those winter blues away! Buddy, like most toddlers, is super energetic and hates being locked indoors just as much as I do, so we’ve been working hard to make sure he has lots of indoor activities to entertain him. 416 more words

Toddler

4 Winter Sensory-Based Activities

Living in New Jersey means winters are COLD! The past several years, they have been extremely cold which often translates into days trapped inside our homes. 669 more words

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