Try these fun and educational sensory play activities with your baby and toddler. They are taste-safe and don’t pose a choking hazard, and fun enough for the older kids to join in the fun.

Try these fun and educational sensory play activities with your baby and toddler. They are taste-safe and don’t pose a choking hazard, and fun enough for the older kids to join in the fun.

Have you tried making your kids sensory bags? They are so much fun! Kids love playing with them and they are easy to make. Plus, there are endless possibilities. If you’re looking for inspiration or a new idea to try, here is a huge list of sensory bags to make. 20 Sensory Bags To Make...Read More »

Have you tried making your kids sensory bags? They are so much fun! Kids love playing with them and they are easy to make. Plus, there are endless possibilities. If you’re looking for inspiration or a new idea to try, here is a huge list of sensory bags to make. 20 Sensory Bags To Make...Read More »

Tummy Time Finger Painting for babies :: sensory play, infant activities, handmade gifts for grandparents, baby arts and crafts

Tummy Time Finger Painting for babies :: sensory play, infant activities, handmade gifts for grandparents, baby arts and crafts

Fabulous sensory art project for kids with bubble wrap. Ideal for baby sensory and mess-free painting!

Fabulous sensory art project for kids with bubble wrap. Ideal for baby sensory and mess-free painting!

This water bead sensory window bag is one of our favorite ways to distract the kids with mess-free sensory play...the perfect solution when you need a moment to tackle the mess! #SCJMessyMoments #ad

This water bead sensory window bag is one of our favorite ways to distract the kids with mess-free sensory play...the perfect solution when you need a moment to tackle the mess! #SCJMessyMoments #ad

This activity falls in the Cognitive domain CD29.  These sensory bottles can be used during quiet/nap times when your infant is not yet ready to sleep. Exploring these sensory bottles will provide cognitive growth and development in your infant.

This activity falls in the Cognitive domain CD29. These sensory bottles can be used during quiet/nap times when your infant is not yet ready to sleep. Exploring these sensory bottles will provide cognitive growth and development in your infant.

Sensory hoop.        Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

Sensory hoop. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

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