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{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes by Blog Me Mom for Fun at Home with Kids

{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes

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9 hands-on activities for teaching sight words

Kids can learn their sight words with a fun sensory activity. Help them practice their sight words and Get Ready for K Through Play.

Two ingredient snow play recipe- this stuff is amazing! Naturally cold and feels just like fresh powder in your hands

I find that there are lots of posts out there about preschooler sensory activities, but less for older kids so I like to collect ideas that will work for elementary age kids when I find them

Structured alphabet sensory table task ... magnetic letters hidden in coloured rice with scoops & shovels. Matching letters are stuck onto baking trays (attached to the wall with velcro). Hunt for the letters & stick them onto the corresponding letters.

This is a pool noodle with rope attached. I attached it to the desk. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers! - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

All the recipes for make your own...Play doh, bath paint, colored pasta, big bubbles, sidewalk chalk,finger paints,colored rice, glues, spray paints, pavement paint and more.

Put a cup inside the foot of a sock and have students reach inside to pull out alphabet letters, coins or any other manipulative they're using. Makes ordinary learning activiities so much more fun.

Lots of sensory bag ideas! These are easy to make, mess free, and great fun for babies and toddlers!

Teach123: A.D.H.D. Tips; make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.

Best Play Dough recipe ever - uses Jell-O for the yummy color and smell plus a silky smooth texture