spaghetti! This looks really fun. for preschoolers and older. you layout spaghetti in trays. Let the children touch and feel  the spaghetti. they can paint the spaghetti different colors. let them use their hands to mix the paint.

Spaghetti sensory play

LOVE this idea spaghetti! This looks really fun. for preschoolers and older. you layout spaghetti in trays. Let the children touch and feel the spaghetti. they can paint the spaghetti different colors. let them use their hands to mix the paint.

Sensory painting with spaghetti brushes. The kids have the choice to get messy or not. So fun to paint the unconventional way.

Sensory painting with spaghetti brushes. The kids have the choice to get messy or not. So fun to paint the unconventional way. for our kids with sensory issues lol

Invitation to paint with kitchen utensils. Fun painting activity for all ages.

Painting with kitchen utensils

Demonstrate creative expression through the visual art process (use simple art materials). Demonstrate development of fine and gross motor coordination (refine grasp to manipulate tools and objects).

edible sensory play activities :: taste-safe sensory play ideas :: sensory play recipes for toddlers and preschool

Want to give your baby or toddler all the fun of some messy play but worried that they’re going to put everything in their mouth? Try these ideas! There’s a super selection of edible s…

Edible Mud Recipe 3 Cups Flour 1 Cup Cocoa Power 1 Cup Brown Sugar 1 Cup White Sugar 1/4 Cup Hershey Syrup (optional) 3 cups water * Note: These were the proportions we used. This is a very flexible recipe. You can really estimate these ingredients as you are working. If the mixture starts to solidify, just add a touch more water. Mix all ingredients together and stir to create mud.

Edible Mud Sensory Play

Edible Mud Recipe 3 Cups Flour 1 Cup Cocoa Power 1 Cup Brown Sugar 1 Cup White Sugar Cup Hershey Syrup (optional) 3 cups water * Note: These were the proportions we used. This is a very flexible recipe. You can really estimate these ingredients as you

Shaving foam and powder paint mixing and mark making

Shaving foam and powder paint mixing and mark making. This is another good example of AFFINITY SPACE and it has all the facets of triggering curiosity- Empowering Pedagogy for Early Childhood Educators

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Freezer Bag Painting

Paint Bag Writing: Add some paint to a plastic bag, seal it up & spend the afternoon with your kids drawing designs through the paint. Using a Q-tip instead of your finger to avoid tearing a hole in the bag.

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