{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes by Blog Me Mom for Fun at Home with Kids

{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes

Goop, dough and slime oh my! Check out these ooey gooey 12 sensory play recipes from"Fun at Home with Kids".

Mark making dice. Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Magic wands ~ early years training ~ outdoor play

Magic wands ~ early years These would be fun to make!

Outdoor learning. Tuff spot. Black tray. Creative development. Art. Painting. Continuous Provision. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Colour mixing with paint & different tools at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)Tuff spots

Make it exciting! This idea is via @MrJHalliburton

LOVE this idea to get boys (and girls) writing!

paint in a zip lock bag #abcdoes #markmaking #eyfs

paint in a zip-lock bag, EYFS letter formation

Finger Gym - wrap a stick

Finger Gym - wrap a stick Ideal as a morning table top activity - ideal to get little fingers ready for writing!

£1 for 20 Christmas cups from the Pound Shop! Put them in order... close your eyes..... take one away... whats missing? close your eyes ... swap 2 over.... whats wrong? Using just cups 1 - 5 (initially) hide the christmas bell under one.... give clue to your friends... its under an odd number, even, 1 and 3 add up to this, double 2 etc! we've had great fun....

for 20 Christmas cups from the Pound Shop! swap 2 over.

Hula Hoop Hideout

Fort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors, love thisfort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors,

Fab idea for non messy mark making

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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