Create a Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board for your toddler to explore could make this a matching sensory activity. Can be used for toddler who have sensory issues and also a way for parents to help interact with the their children.
Pinner states, "created this NO MESS PAINTING for my infant and toddler classroom. They had a blast mixing the colors and making footprints. The infants even joined the action by having tummy time and exploring the colors. Very easy and cheap idea!
DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one, but wouldn't they be GREAT in speech therapy? Close your eyes, touch, now describe how it feels. Use your best vocabulary words for d (Diy Baby Toys)
cup corn starch large package sugar-free gelatin of ounce package) water Easy, non-toxic, & only 3 ingredients! This recipe for edible silly putty changes colors while you mix it! A fun, safe slime alternative (No glue required!