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Pom Pom Drop and Shoot: Toddler Play

Matching pairs hide and seek sensory tub game for toddlers! from Totten @ The Imagination Tree. Rice and matching objects, children can also use tongs to pick up the objects to match them.

hammer and nails

Fine motor: Hammering: golf tees, hammer, and florist foam (I've found that florist foam works better than regular Styrofoam because it holds out longer and the foam doesn't chip off and fall everywhere).

DIY Play Tents and Teepees...I can't wait until we have enough room to make one of these for the kids!

Cardboard Beads Threading Activity for Toddlers

Pouring Station Toddler Activity

Pouring Station; Toddler Activities

After the success of our Scooping Station we put together a Pouring Station which went down amazingly a fab toddler activity.

Sticky Shape Rainbow Activity

Sticky Shape Rainbow Activity

This sticky shape rainbow is a hands-on way for kids to learn colors and shape identification, practice sorting and even learn the order of colors in a rainbow!

A really fun sensory/ busy toddler activity is a scooping station. Check out how we put ours together to see how simple it is to keep toddlers busy!

Scooping Station; Toddler Activities

A really fun sensory/ busy toddler activity is a scooping station. Check out how we put ours together to see how simple it is to keep toddlers busy!

Sorting Toys by Color Activity for Toddlers

Sorting Toys by Color Activity for Toddlers

This Sorting Toys by Color Activity is perfect for toddlers! It reinforces color names while encouraging the cognitive development skill of sorting.

The teacher in me is back out. D needs sensory stuff. And since we are inside, waiting for baby to arrive, I knew he needed a sensory bin day. I could not WAIT to get to Dollar Tree and try all of these sensory bins. I went armed with a list – HA! That was …

6+ Sensory Bins for under $30 - with tons of other ideas

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