I set this up for my toddler, but my kindergartener just had to make it a sibling activity: Fall Fine Motor Practice with Acorns and Leaves! Muffin tins are so awesome for sensory and fine motor activities!
This beautiful Halloween Sensory Bin with rice and beans wasn’t meant as a sibling activity, but it turned out to be great fun for both my preschooler and my toddler!
We made super simple sensory soup with shaving cream that was great fun for both my toddler and my kindergartener! It kept both siblings entertained for quite a long time, and the mess was very easy to clean up.
Simple sibling play with water: I set up a super simple stirring, pouring, and color mixing station in the water table for my toddler, and both he and my kindergartener had great fun with it!
Simple and fun fine motor practice for toddlers at snack time with Cheerios and a skewer!
My toddler had awesome messy sensory fun with colored scented shaving cream in the water table! You won’t believe how easy it was to clean it up afterward!
My toddler loved this fun little sensory invitation to play with cups and flowers. I always enjoy the simplicity and how he adds his own ideas to the activity 🙂
Simple nature exploration for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary students perfect for summer: Try some sensory water play with this Summer Flower Sensory Soup!
Our little friend played with this simple set up for a long time practicing fine motor skills: Baby Play with Wooden Blocks in a Muffin Tin
Quick and simple, hands-on, and sensory introduction to letters for toddlers: Learn the letters in my name with rice and plastic Easter eggs!
Easy to make and great for little toddler hands or when traveling: Red, White, and Blue Mini Sensory Bag! Perfect for the 4th of July or for kids learning their colors.
My toddler loved this fun little activity: Gross motor water transfer got him moving and experimenting with pouring water – perfect for a warm summer day!