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Water Beads Excavation

Get the most out of using your water beads. After letting your children play with water beads in other invitations, you can get the last...

Invitation to Paint on Balloons

Blow up water balloons or regular balloons. Provide paint, brushes, and paper. They can also simply use just their fingers to paint. Let...

Water Bead Transfer

In a sensory bin provide water beads. Have your child transfer the water beads either with their hands, tongs, tweezers, handy scoopers,...

Pom Pom Whisk Excavation

Take a whisk from your kitchen, place pom poms or cotton balls inside and have your child remove the items with their finger. For older...

Car Wash

Take out your child’s plastic cars. Provide your child with a bucket of soapy water, sponges and hand towels. Let them have their very...

Pouring Station

In a sensory bin, bathtub, sink, or kiddie pool have your child pour and measure a sensory material (water, beans, rice, pasta,...

Washing Dishes

In a sensory bin, sink, water table, bathtub or kiddie pool let your child wash their play dishes,Tupperware or real ones with soap,...

Painting the Fence with Water

Provide your child with a bucket, cup, or bowl full of water. Next provide them with a paintbrush and/or roller brushes and let them...

Painting Baby Dolls

Provide your child with paint, a baby doll, q-tips, paint brushes or just let them paint with their fingers. After they are done you can...

Primary Colors Unit

Primary Color Squishy Bags: Grab three Ziploc bags. In the each bag place the paint color combos of yellow + blue, blue + red, and red +...

Bathing Baby Dolls

Provide your child with wash cloths, soap, baby doll, and a sensory bin (bowl, bath tub, sink) filled with water and let them bathe their...

Invitation to Explore with Easter Eggs

Egg Roller Painting: This is just like marble painting but with eggs. Take a plastic eggs and put two marbles or rocks inside. You can...

Flower Soup

Go on a nature hunt, gather flowers, sticks, leaves and twigs. Place a sensory bin or a variety bowls, or Tupperware with water. Provide...

Invitation to Make & Explore Jell-O

First, if your child is old enough to make the Jell-O together do as a cooking activity. You can make up more than one batch with...

DIY Sensory Blocks

All you need is plastic tupperware, loose parts (twigs,rocks, rice, dried beans, shells, salt, sugar, craft materials, etc.) and crazy...

 
 
 

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