Sarah Stinchcombe

Sarah Stinchcombe

Sarah Stinchcombe
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Art Clear kitchen canisters look (and work!) great as dresser-top storage for kids favorite small toys. When theyre past the crayon-and-army-men stage, the same containers can be used for storing hair accessories, belts or art supplies. kid-s-room-ideas

Keep them busy for hours! A block of ice with treasure frozen inside and a hammer.  Great for those 100+ degree summers!

Keep them busy for hours! A block of ice with treasures frozen inside and a hammer. Great for hot summer days!

Sponges soaked in finger paint. Stops children from scooping huge balls of paint on their paper! GENIUS!

Sponges soaked in finger paint. Stops children from scooping huge balls of paint on their paper!-------------- I love this idea but my kids will also have access to normal finger paint to be able to experience the wonderful sensation of globs of paint.

grow grass indoors for a living sensory tub

Make a miniature farm in a tray using grass seeds and farm props. Watch the grass grow and encourage children to make up their own stories or explore the vocabulary and concepts in books with a farm theme.

Construction Bin

Under Construction Sensory Box Create a construction site right in the living room! Grab a storage bin, fill with rocks and look around for any hard hat type machinery from the bottom of the toy box, under the bed, our outside. Sit back and watch your chi

Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen - great idea to use with kids!

Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen. Have kids write about their finding and act out/ put together a dance describing the life cycle from seed to plant (Movement, writing, science)

Inexpensive Toddler Proof Door Stopper - use a pool noodle! No more shutting doors or smashed fingers :)

Inexpensive Toddler Proof Door Stopper - use a pool noodle! No more shutting doors or smashed fingers :).also great for the loud slamming door game

Help develop your children's green thumbs with these cute and easy sponge sprouts from @Patti B Stamp Parents

Leprechaun Gardening - Shamrock Sprouts from Housing a Forest - Steve Spangler Science