An easy technique for your toddler to make heart-shaped imprints!
I accidentally stumbled upon a simple and fun sensory material – my toddler loved it, you should try it, too!
Squishable, red and full of hearts, it’s a no-mess sensory experience for your toddler and even your baby!
Drop some glow sticks in the bathtub and turn off the lights – it looks awesome and is great fun!
Blow soap bubbles on water – they’ll stick around for a long time, look interesting, and be lots of fun to sit in and/or pop!
Got snow? Bundle up, get some fresh air, and spray-paint the snow!
We had lots of fun and spent a lot of time exploring a simple Blue Rice Sensory Tub!
Art and sensory activity for kids: Messy painting with Shaving Cream Puffy Paint is so much fun! My toddler had a blast, but it would be great fun for preschoolers and kindergartners, too.
Salt tray sensory fun and an interesting pre-writing activity for toddlers.
Art for toddlers and a sensory experience at the same time: We painted with colored shaving cream!
We turned our sensory tub into a Flower Meadow Sensory Bag for no-mess sensory fun wherever we go!
Make a super sweet Double Handprint Heart with your toddler for Valentine’s Day!