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Rainbow oats - how to dye oats for sensory play from And Next Comes L

Rainbow Oats {How to Dye Oats for Sensory Play}

Article about heuristic play with loads more ideas for baby treasure baskets

I like the way these treasure baskets are materials focused. Helps the child to compare and contrast objects Treasure Baskets - put little collections in baskets.

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!

Crunchy Box

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.

Christmas sensory tub - use our tinsel Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Christmas sensory tub - could add boxes, ribbons, to other materials with Christmas theme to fill and tip etc.

The Gruffalo story basket from Rachel (",)

Story Baskets & Props

Sensory herb garden by Anya Sparks ≈≈

might be a good idea to come up with garden for the kids to grow - get Granddaddy to build an extra raised bed for the kids. Sensory herb garden by Anya Sparks ≈≈