Sensory bin ideas are in so many different places. You got here from Google or Pinterest, right? Right. I’m going to help you keep all your sensory bin ideas in one place.Continue reading
Does the idea of sensory play stress you out or make you excited? Confession – it does both for me. But did you know all of the sensory play benefits for your infant, toddler and preschooler? I’m going to break it all down for you in this ultimate sensory play benefit guide!Continue reading
Sensory balloons – otherwise known as stress balls – are a great addition to sensory play. You can mold, squish and manipulate them. I love when my kids bust them out because they’re a great stress reliever for me, too!Continue reading
Sensory bins are our go-to in our house. They’re so easy and they keep your kids so busy! Bonus – they can also be very inexpensive.Continue reading
Smelling jars are a great way to allow your child to explore their sense of smell. We love sensory activities in our house, but often times we forget about the sense of smell. These smelling jars are so easy to put together and can be played with anywhere.
If you are a regular reader around here, you know that I love sensory activities. I will spare you with the details as to why because I’m pretty sure I’ve shared that 100 times.
This 2-ingredient moon sand is ridiculously easy and works well in keeping your sensory loving kids busy while you sip your hot coffee.Continue reading
Hair gel sensory bags are inexpensive and ridiculously easy to put together. They also make a great independent play activity for your older babies, toddlers and preschoolers.Continue reading