Add some herbs to rice to make a lovely natural sensory play material that smells wonderful and adds interesting textures to the usual mixture.
We have made a lot of sensory rice tubs for play and they last indefinitely, if stored in
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Make some wonderfully creamy coconut play dough with this easy, 2-ingredient recipe! It smells wonderful and is so soft and bright! It makes a perfect invitation to play with coconut play dough and natural loose materials. It is scented sensory fun and fine motor development all rolled into one for little ones!Continue reading Creamy Coconut Play Dough Recipe
Set up an investigative art experiment mixing textures into paint to see what effect each one creates! A lovely hands-on, multi-sensory art activity for everyone to enjoy.
Welcome to the next in our on-going series of Exploring Reggio , where we look at the ideas of Reggio
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Make a first sewing basket for kids using simple, age appropriate materials that encourage open-ended creativity, fine motor skills and plenty of independent fun!
My girls have been asking to do some sewing recently, so we collected some simple,
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Make a fun little sensory play activity for babies and toddlers using some coloured hair rollers in different sizes! Such a lovely, tactile exploratory experience and great for little hands to develop co-ordination and motor skills along the way.
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