As part of a monthly Sensory Bin Challenge, this week we had some sensory play with sand. It was totally child-led – and my son had some interesting ideas!
Month: July 2014
Here are nine tools that we find useful for learning to write the alphabet, including a sand tray, electronic toys, Kindle apps, chalkboard and more.
My son loves the song “Five Green and Speckled Frogs”, so for Fine Motor Fridays this week I made an activity to go with it.
This family silhouette art is a lovely reminder of our recent visit to Norfolk in the United Kingdom.
This animal movement game works on various animal sounds and actions. Don’t forget to grab the free printable!
These dot marker alphabet cards are great for working on fine motor skills as well as color matching and learning the alphabet!
Vegetable stamping is a classic way to make pretty artwork.
Painting with Hexbugs was seriously good fun – such a crazy way to make art! Make sure you check out the video!
I love brightening up our house with art that my son has made. Here are 18 kid made wall art ideas should you like to do the same!
This “What’s Missing?” game is great for working on short term memory skills. We played it with trains but you could use any other kind of toy or household …
This bug slime was a lot of oozy, gooey, buggy fun! Kids will love this sensory play recipe!
This bubbling bottle is a great introduction to simple science experiments. Check out the video!!
This button art uses a very simple technique that looks really effective!