Reindeer Hot Chocolate - Fun DIY Gift Idea with FREE Printable Tags! - Thrifty Jinxy Abbie and I made these for gifts this past Christmas. They went over great and she was my helper at our Christmas Work party, teaching kids how to make them.
(Sense of touch) put different objects in balloons and have the children guess what each one is. Then, open them up to see what it is. (Tie with elastics so it is easier to open.) To further the lesson, make a chart of prediction and result.
This morning my nearly 6 month old had his first go at sensory play with this Halloween themed googly eye sensory bag. This mess free sensory play is great for little hands to explore without the clean up at the end. As with all messy and sensory .
The Emotions Tree is an image that I’ve used to help students identify how they’re feeling about a situation. Once they can associate with the feeling of a person on the emotions tree, we can work together to find the words to describe the feeling.