Quiet Boxes - for the child who no longer naps and for the mother who needs her sanity back. This is great idea even for older kids, for weekends & summer afternoons. We can all use a lil more quiet time!
Button Sorting Cups (and link to other color sorting games) - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition!
I picked this rhyme as it is a good rhyme to do with children when you are cleaning up, I designed a Clean Up Song poster to put in our early learning area. I was hoping that this would be a fun way to gently remind children and.
infant activity 3 Learn how to make your own Touch Book for your blind baby by putting together a book of textures for him to feel. It's easy and fun and can be a great gift for a visually impaired child.
This shaving cream foam sand is an EASY way to make kinetic sand. It only takes two ingredients, and it ends up being a really interesting sensory experiment! 3 cups of play sand 1 can of shaving cream (about
For those of you with a pint-sized family member at home, you may have heard of the latest baby toy trend — sensory bags. Children (and adults, for that matter) learn best when they engage the senses. By exposing babies to different textures, colors, or s