You’ll be an oobleck fan once you try our easy and taste-safe Oobleck Recipe! For the Oobleck Recipe you’ll need just a few basic kitchen staples and you’ve got a fun and exciting sensory play idea. Add the oobleck into a rimmed tray to prevent any messes and place any “add-ins” right into the oobleck. Try toy farm animals, safari… Read More
This Duplo + Kinetic Sand Sensory Bin is an easy sensory play idea that will keep your toddlers at play for a long time! It’s super easy to set up, in fact you only need a tray, kinetic sand and some Duplo pieces. That’s it! Simple to prep but so good at keeping the kids wonderfully engaged and busy giving you… Read More
This easy-to-make play-dough recipe is super quick to make and requires only a few ingredients. It’s amazingly soft, stretchy and the best part of all, non-toxic! You’ll be so pleased with this recipe you won’t want to get the store-bought kind anymore! To make this play-dough you’ll need just a few basic kitchen items such as a bowl, whisk, wooden… Read More
This Flower Petal Ballerina Craft is a beautiful little craft idea perfect for toddlers! Super simple to set up, minimal materials needed and kids will love decorating their ballerina’s. It’s perfect for putting an old bouquet to one more good use. Any sort of flowers work wonderfully, in fact the more variety the better! Both of my kids loved this… Read More
This Flower Petal Art is an easy craft idea that uses flower petals to combine sensories and creativity! Either you have a few extra flower stems to spare or if your bouquet is about to wither, use the petals from the flowers for this fun activity. Any flower works great. The more variety of flowers, the more creative kids can… Read More
This Flower Stamp Art is the perfect craft idea for withering flower bouquets. Flowers make amazing paintbrushes and create the most beautiful art! You can get this craft ready in no time because the prep is super simple. All you need is an old, withering (but not dry) bouquet of flowers. The bigger the variety of flowers, the more beautiful… Read More
Insect Sensory Bin- a sweet welcome of spring! Okay, so it’s not quite Spring yet where we are and not many insects are out there. But hey, it’s never too early for Spring, plus kids get to experience a fun sensory play activity and stay busy. Insects are fun. Bees, butterflies, ladybugs, dragonflies, anything you have works great for this… Read More
This Fizzing Hearts Activity is a fun sensory play idea AND experiment in one!
You’ll need simple materials for this activity and very little effort. And I promise kids will have a blast. Who doesn’t like to make things fizz and feel like a scientist? My kids love activities like this. They’re fun, exciting and unique. And as a matter of fact, I love them too! These Fizzing Hearts will now be my go-to activity to keep the kids busy…because they will be busy until the hearts melt!
This Button Patterns Activity is super easy to set up and is wonderful for kids development. It may look simple, but you’ll be amazed at how many important areas of development it improves and exercises in children. From fine motor to cognitive skills to focus and hand-eye coordination. First and foremost, it helps kids explore colors and patterns. Additionally, this… Read More
This Sorting Pom-poms by Size Activity is an easy and educational activity that is super low-prep! You can set it up in less than a minute (seriously!) and your toddler will be perfectly content and busy in no time 🙂 I love how this activity allowed my 3 year old to explore sizes. It’s something we haven’t really done, but… Read More
This Glitter Sensory Writing Pad (Holiday Theme) is a combination of sensory play and writing! Kids will explore sensories while improving their writing skills, fine motor skills and letters along with numbers. It’s really easy to prep and doesn’t require a ton of fancy materials. Best of all, kids love this and it makes learning to write a ton of… Read More
Make lovely prints with this Leaf Prints on Stones Craft this Autumn with your kids. It’s a perfect, fun and fairly easy craft idea that will let you see all of the distinct and beautiful features of the leaves. This craft requires no fancy materials, meaning you can do this today, without heading to the store…my favorite type of craft… Read More