Rainbow Spaghetti Sensory Play and Fine Motor Practice from Fun at Home with Kids Use plain cooked spaghetti for mouthing babies. Add liquid watercolors for older kids.
If you're studying worms, you should try worm painting! A fun art sensory project using cooked spaghetti - or use string as a non-food alternative.
Digging for Spaghetti Worms Sensory Play - Kids will have so much fun catching all the slippery and slimy spaghetti worms with tweezers and putting them into a jar. OR JUST LET THEM DIG IN REAL DIRT FOR REAL WORMS.
Painting with sticks~ camping
FRIDAY Stick worms (wrapping sticks with pipe-cleaners) from Rachel (",)
One of my FAVORITE Halloween books! :) Character Cutouts for Book, Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson (from Kindergarten Nana)
Squishy Worms Painting using yarn. Fun, messy process art for toddlers and preschoolers. via Lessons Learnt Journal *paint on a clay pot and plant a flower to make a home for your worm.