When my kids were younger, I was looking for ways to help them engage with the world around them in a fun, hands-on way. Sensory activities were a favorite way for them to do that. Sensory bags are a wonderful mess-free sensory activity where all of the fun happens in a bag. This makes it safe for babies and toddlers (with supervision of course). I am sharing a collection of some of favorite easy Sensory Bags for Babies and Toddlers. These will take you no time to put together and they will…
Sharing 14 fun and taste safe sensory play ideas with 9 recipe cards that are perfect for babies and toddlers who are still mouthing. Best part is older toddlers will love these activities too! This post includes affiliate links. 1. Sensory Beach: We Do This Every. Single. Day. “Mommy, beach!” “Mommy, blue water!” the dailyContinue reading "14 Exciting Taste Safe Sensory Play Ideas for Babies and Toddlers"View post to subscribe to site newsletter.
This post shares 14 different hands-on, engaging activity ideas for toddlers and preschoolers all with a colorful rainbow theme. Activities include simple art projects, sensory play inspiration, and fine motor skill building. A list of rainbow and color-themed books are recommended to go along with
Activity Sneak Peak: Under 5 minute set-up timeRequires only THREE household itemsMulti-sensory and fine motor skillsWorks on problem-solving, cause-and-effect, counting and colorsFor ages 12 months+ This PomPom Tube Drop activity is very simple and only requires 3 items.
Soap foam is such a fun and easy sensory play recipe to mix up. It can be whizzed up in minutes using only 2 ingredients, water and washing up liquid (dish soap), and it feels so soft and fun to play with. Soap foam can be made in any colour of the rainbow by adding a little food colouring. Playing with soap foam is such a fun sensory play experience for toddlers and preschoolers (and big kids too!) that is suitable for both outdoor or indoor sensory play.