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Make pretend food for your kid's mud kitchen using stones. Such a brilliantly simple idea to combine with mud pies!

Mud Kitchen Food - Munchkins and Moms Make pretend food for your kid's mud kitchen using stones. Such a brilliantly simple idea to combine with mud pies!

Mud Kitchen Children's Outdoor Garden Wooden Toy in Toys & Games, Outdoor Toys & Activities, Other Outdoor Toys/ Activities | eBay

Mud Kitchen Children's Outdoor Garden Wooden Toy in Toys & Games, Outdoor Toys & Activities, Other Outdoor Toys/ Activities

The Mixed-Up Chameleon Paint Mixing Activity. Great preschool mess-free art project (can also be used with Leo Lionni's book A Color of His Own)

Nutrition lessons for preschool The Mixed-Up Chameleon paint mixing activity for preschoolers Toddler Preschool Eric Carle Childrens Books Colors For Kids Kids Activities

We are always looking for fun sensory recipes to do at home. Here is one such idea - homemade flubber. Squeeze it. Squash it. Play with it. Hours of fun. And the best thing is, you make your own at…

We are always looking for fun sensory recipes to do at home. Here is one such idea - homemade flubber. Squeeze it. Squash it. Play with it. Hours of fun. And the best thing is, you make your own at?

No-cook galaxy play dough recipe

Make galaxy play dough for exciting space themed imaginative play and small world play set ups. Space themed play dough fun for preschoolers to enjoy! The first time we made inky black, galaxy play d

Need an activity for kids that will keep them busy for hours? Here's the step by step instructions for how to make the best homemade playdough in less than 10 minutes! Plus it's cheaper, and longer-lasting than store bought stuff!

How to make super squishy homemade playdough in less than 10 minutes! Cheaper, and longer-lasting than store bought stuff.

No mess Paint colour exploration! We simply squirted poster paint into Ikea freezer bags, sealed them up and stuck them down in the Tuff spot tray! You could stick them to any flat surface, such as patio doors or cupboards. We talked about mixing colours and the children were using fingers to mark-make and there was so much lovely descriptive language! An excellent no mess, sensory activity for EYFS children!

No mess Paint colour exploration! We simply squirted poster paint into Ikea…