sensory cards... would be neat to do a card for each letter of the alphabet (ex: write A on one side of card, flip over to feel aluminum foil, write B on next card, flip over to feel band-aids, etc.)

sensory cards... would be neat to do a card for each letter of the alphabet (ex: write A on one side of card, flip over to feel aluminum foil, write B on next card, flip over to feel band-aids, etc.)

Hot glue rubbing plates. Make your design with hot glue on a square piece of cardboard, let dry and then hand it over to the kids with some sheets of paper and crayons to rub over.

Valentine's Hot Glue Rubbing Plates

Hot glue rubbing plates. Make your design with hot glue on a square piece of cardboard, let dry and then hand it over to the kids with some sheets of paper and crayons to rub over.

Create a Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board for your toddler to explore could make this a matching sensory activity

Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board

Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids

DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers

Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids

Big Mouth Frog - fun way to work on fine motor and in-hand manipulation skills

Big Mouth Frog - fun way to work on fine motor and in-hand manipulation skills

Calming bottles - these sensory bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period. (Time out until the glitter settles - as well as the kid)

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