Liza Wilkins
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Learn with Play at Home: Bricklaying for Kids. Invitation to Play.

Grey Play Dough & Blocks-Ten Useful Additions to Loose Parts - Racheous - Lovable Learning complex play

This kid's water play activity looks simple and fun. Now i just need to start saving the pouch tops.

This kid's water play activity is perfect for a splish-splashing good time! It's perfect for bathtime play or outdoors. Kids love to play Spoon It Out!

A colorful sensory tub made with drinking straws! So many fun possibilities!

Tub + Cut up straws = drinking straw sensory tub A colorful sensory tub made with drinking straws! So many fun possibilities!

Autumn Sensory Playdough: naturally-scented and coloured playdough combined with Autumn treasures.

Autumn Sensory Playdough: naturally-scented and coloured playdough combined with Autumn treasures like conkers.

A Sensory Nature Cutting Tray is a fun activity for kids to engage with nature, stimulate the senses and develop fine motor scissor and sorting skills too.

Lead children into an exploration of nature by creating this nature tray that stimulates their senses and develops their fine motor skills.

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 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

Crunchy Box: A fun activity for your toddler. Use stale food from your cupboard - crackers, croutons, etc. - and let your little one hammer them, make a sensory box and more!

An easy way to entertain a toddler. Use crunchy box to expand on sensory development and grow vocabulary. Talk about what children feel and hear as they play with the materials in the crunchy box.