DIY Sensory Board for Babies and Toddlers| Nanny Anita | My Baba
Make a simple DIY sensory board using old lids from baby wipes and a few craft supplies. You baby or toddler is sure to enjoy exploring all the different textures of it.
Exploring Light Treasure Basket | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Exploring light with this treasure basket is a great way to help children develop the scientific curiosity and discover how light works.
Kinetic Sand Sensory Tray | Nanny Anita |My Baba
Making up a kinetic sand sensory tray is pretty simple to do. It’s fun to play with and because you use kinetic sand it‘s easy to clean up if it gets spilt.
Water Bead Sensory Bottle | Nanny Anita |My Baba
Water beads are really fun to play with,but shouldn't be used with under 3s. A water bead sensory bottle is a great way for the under 3s to enjoy them.
Rainbow Stacking Stones | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Rainbow stacking stones are great to use as an activity to help calm down children and to use as building pieces in imaginative play.
Inside Out Stress Balls | Nanny Anita | My Baba
These Inside Out Stress Balls are great helping at relieving stress and anger. But they can also help develop hand muscles for use in fine motor skills.
Shaving Foam and Mirror Sensory Activity | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Shaving foam and mirror sensory activity for toddlers. A fun and messy sensory play that is perfect just before bath time!
Hidden Letter Sensory Tray | Nanny Anita | My Baba
This hidden letter sensory tray is great activity to start introduction toddlers and preschoolers to the alphabet and their sounds.
How To Make Bubble Snakes | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Who doesn’t like bubbles? I think they bring out the child in everyone. These bubble snakes are sure to have everyone joining in.
Salt Structure Sensory Tray | Nanny Anita | My Baba
This salt structure sensory tray is one that any toddler will love getting their hands in to destroy. It has been such a big hit with my 18 month old charge.
Jelly Sensory Play for Toddlers | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Young children and babies need lots of sensory activities to learn. What better activity for this than jelly sensory play! It's certainly sticky and messy, but your little ones will love exploring the different colours and textures.
Heart Sensory Bottle for Babies and Toddlers | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Use any left over hearts that you have from Valentine's Day to make a heart sensory bottle for babies and toddlers. They are a great way to distract them and keep them still while changing their nappies.
Light Box Activity: Glass Pebble Mandalas | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Have a go making glass pebble mandalas in this light box activity. It is both a relaxing and enjoyable activity for children. Great for doing quite time.
Hama Bead Sensory Bottle for Babies | Nanny Anita | My Baba
Hama beads maybe unsafe for babies and toddlers to play with but they can enjoy them in this slow moving Hama Bead Sensory Bottle.
Autumn Scene Sensory Tray | Nanny Anita | My Baba
This time of year is the perfect time to create an Autumn scene sensory tray. There are so many wonderful things for children to explore.