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.

Magnetic sorting investigation.

(Pin N) Magnetic sorting investigation- children can explore ideas engaging with and co-constructing meaning through play- based learning. Children resource their own learning through connecting with material and exploring ideas and theories through play.

Dental health...pink playdoh and white beans

pink playdoh and white beans (teach third/fourth to floss properly/brush teeth?

Cardboard Pizza. This pretend play pizza project has so many possibilities for learning as you play: language, writing, math, imagination, sensory and lots of fun. http://hative.com/fun-pretend-play-ideas-for-kids/

Fun Pretend Play Ideas for Kids

This pretend play pizza project has so many possibilities for learning as you play: language, writing, math, imagination, sensory and lots of fun

Button Excavating: A digging sensory activity that's perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. A terrific indoor activity that's very little prep Adding in a sorting dimension would definitely keep interest with older age groups.

spaghetti! This looks really fun. for preschoolers and older. you layout spaghetti in trays. Let the children touch and feel  the spaghetti. they can paint the spaghetti different colors. let them use their hands to mix the paint.

Spaghetti sensory play

LOVE this idea spaghetti! This looks really fun. for preschoolers and older. you layout spaghetti in trays. Let the children touch and feel the spaghetti. they can paint the spaghetti different colors. let them use their hands to mix the paint.

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