Amber Hartley
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HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING is a fun sensory art experience for kids. Get hands-on with paints and explore colour mixing and blending! A creative painting idea for St Patrick's Day and weather study themes.

HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING is a fun sensory art experience for kids. Get hands-on with paints and explore colour mixing and blending! A creative painting idea for St Patrick's Day and weather study themes.

Boredom buster: Make a Bubble Wrap Road

Make a Bubble Wrap Road! Easy, fun activity for truck loving toddlers! {Sunny Day Family} - /categories/education/ BACK

scissor skills activity with jello :: learn to use scissors :: fine motor sensory play

My daughter loves super squishy jelly for a messy play time. As it comes in lots of different colours and flavours, and it’s so inexpensive, you can use it for all sorts of different sensory play experiences.

Tummy Time Finger Painting for babies :: sensory play, infant activities, handmade gifts for grandparents, baby arts and crafts

Art for Infants: infants will develop and strengthen their hand eye coordination and senses by using fingers to mix and move paint around

We did this fun little activity when Lilly was 8 months old. It was so much fun and so easy! All you need is a colander from your kitc...

Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Play - I am a bit concerned about the pointy ends of the pipe cleaners so I am waiting to do this when my son is a bit older.

Ball Drop I saw this on Pinterest and when we put together a playroom for boy for Christmas, my husband helped me make this ball drop using pvc pipe. I put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls we have, so that we can eventually use this to work on identifying colors too!

ball drop using pvc pipe. put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the balls

Umbrella sensory experience. Create a place where the pupil can lay underneath an umbrella and watch the objects above the. You will need an umbrella and lots of objects to hang inside - choose objects that you know that the child will want to look at.

Create a place where the pupil can lay underneath an umbrella and watch the objects above the. You will need an umbrella and lots of objects to hang inside - choose objects that you know that the child will want to look at.