Are you ready for spring? We got in the mood for the next season with this Birds’ Nest Small World, complete with homemade salt dough birds’ eggs.
My son has various little toys that have magnets, but playing with this magnet discovery bin was the first time we have seriously studied them!
This crumbly, yet moldable cloud dough is a new substance for us – and to combat the winter blues I decided to make it beach themed!
We had a LOT of fun with this Jello sensory play bin – and even placed pieces of Jello on a light box for an amazing effect
These painted dried pasta shapes in Christmas colours were glittery too!
What could be better than playing with Christmas slime to celebrate the festive season?!?
It may be winter here now but we haven’t given up on our water table just yet! We brought it inside, filled it with BEANS and made a sensory …
I loved putting together the Farm Small World for F a few weeks ago, and this construction site sensory play was lots of fun too!
Following a visit to our nearby city farm, I set up this farm small world when we got home. What a farm-tastic day!
This turtle themed water table is a great way to learn about turtles and have some fun water play!
Are you worried about braving the world of slime with your kids? Here’s how another mom and I managed it!
Here’s how to make jello play dough using jello powder. The dough has instant bright colors and smells amazing – great for sensory play.
I had such fun planning this tropical island water table for my son!
These invisible hot glue letters can be used for all sorts of activities – we put them in flour for a sensory bin scavenger hunt!
Dish soap (washing-up liquid), water, food colouring and a food processor. Instant foam for a foamy sensory bin!
This was inspired by Play Train!’s post on Rescuing Toy Trains from Ice. Jessica froze trains into one big ice block and let her son figure out how to …
Have you come across water beads yet? They are also called water gems or water gel beads and are usually used for centerpieces and flower displays. When hydrated they …
A yellow duck themed bath for with homemade bath paint! Perfect for little kids!
Making coloured rice is a really easy (and cheap) activity – and great for some sensory play afterwards!
This week my son has been having some great sensory play with cooked spaghetti!
When I saw this idea for a Cornmeal Sensory Bin from Hands On: As We Grow, I just knew that my son would love it!
Here are two discovery bottles that my son loves: a shaky bottle and a glittery bottle!