Sensory- What a great idea for kids who are learning their sense of touch! Using different objects for the different textures is one way to adapt this activity. For example instead of waxed paper for something smooth, you could use parts of a smooth leaf.
Jackie Campbell ~ Art of the Horse Well, this will be my second post so thought I'd share something quite different from my first painting. This was a commission request and my first unicorn! The horn caused me more grief than the rest of the painting! Acrylic on canvas textured paper titled 'Aurora'
Sea Urchin shells. I didn't know where to pin this. I love the look of these shells, you could probably just frame them as a print or get someone to print it on cotton, cover with vinyl and use as a tablecloth?
12 Sensory Bag DIYs to Improve Your Baby's Cognitive Skills
For those of you with a pint-sized family member at home, you may have heard of the latest baby toy trend — sensory bags. Children (and adults, for that matter) learn best when they engage the senses. By exposing babies to different textures, colors, or sounds, they are developing cognitive skills. Which is why sensory bags are the greatest thing to hit the baby circuit: they’re super easy to make and provide hours of mess-free play. Try these #DIY tutorials.