Deborah Harrison

Deborah Harrison

Deborah Harrison
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Rainbow oats - how to dye oats for sensory play from And Next Comes L

Rainbow oats - how to dye oats for sensory play from And Next Comes L. Great for colors week and for cowboy week talking about feeding oats to horses.

Tape clear contact paper, sticky side out, to a window. Make a collage; anything sticks!

clear contact paper stick to the window, a natural light table! Clear contact paper with the sticky side out, taped to a window. Anything sticks. fun for a rainy day.

Sponges, garlic press for squeezing, and ice cube tray

Fine motor practice: Use an eye dropper to fill ice cube tray with water, then use tongs to put dry sponge pieces in the tray sections to absorb the water. Remove the sponges with tongs.

Amazing sensory stimulant! DIY busy board full of switches, latches, and doo-dads for babies and toddlers to manipulate. I have no idea why people keep pinning this as a "toy for boys" when little girls love playing with these just as much.

DIY busy board full of switches, latches, and doo-dads for babies and toddlers to manipulate. This is great for fine motor skills. It is also a hazard for giving escapee toddlers the skills they need to get out unsupervised.

Next honey do:  Homemade busy board for  fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kiddos!

An idea for Tom to build for me for any students with fine motor difficulties and a fun activity for our grandkids. Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kid!

Get the scoop on infant sensory play- why you should do it, when to start, and simple ideas from an occupational therapist.

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