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Children learn about the world around them through their senses. Touch is a vital sense, which affects the bond between parent and ch.

Also known as a sensory bottle/jar.  One plastic jar or bottle Glitter 2 glittler glues Warm water Food coloring Super glue Add everything to jar/bottle, super glue lid shut, shake well and done. You may also add other items if you wish.

Also known as a sensory bottle/jar. One plastic jar or bottle Glitter 2 glittler glues Warm water Food coloring Super glue Add everything to jar/bottle, super glue lid shut, shake well and done. You may also add other items if you wish.

2 Ingredient Homemade Sand for Sensory PLAY. This stuff is so EASY to make, is easy to make into a beautiful rainbow, and is completely EDIBLE!   MAKING THIS!!!

2 Ingredient Homemade Sand for Sensory PLAY. This stuff is so EASY to make, is easy to make into a beautiful rainbow, and is completely EDIBLE! MAKING THIS!!!

Infant Sensory Play - Touch | Activities For Children | Sensory Activities, Things to do with infants | Play At Home Mom

Infant Sensory Play - Touch | Activities For Children | Sensory Activities, Things to do with infants | Play At Home Mom

Muffin tin with puffy paint and brushes.

Craft Project: Homemade Puffy Paint

A great activity for older infants and younger toddlers.  They get a sensory activity, science activity while watching the colors change, and can play with bag for awhile, move on, then return and resume mixing the colors.

A great activity for older infants and younger toddlers. They get a sensory activity, science activity while watching the colors change, and can play with bag for awhile, move on, then return and resume mixing the colors.

Teaching baby sign language - give them a voice before they can speak

Baby Sign Language - How to sign with baby

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