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Really cool sensory bags, all you need is some hair gel, ziploc baggies, and food color. I purchased hair gel from the Dollar Store and used food color that comes in tubes to make the bright colors…

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Rainbow Paper

Make your own dazzling rainbow paper! This is a quick and easy science activity for kids that only requires a couple of materials to make. Toddlers and preschoolers can do it all by themselves and older kids will just as amazed by the results!

spaghetti! This looks really fun. for preschoolers and older. you layout spaghetti in trays. Let the children touch and feel the spaghetti. they can paint the spaghetti different colors. let them use their hands to mix the paint.

#fun food - Eating a Rainbow - As you read each page, encouraged your child to eat the color of food that matched the color in the book. After you read through the book in the order it was meant to be read, opening pages randomly then eat that color. Fun, interactive book too!

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Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag

Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag! A colorful way to develop fine motor skills. )

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Shredded paper sensory bin

Shredded paper sensory bin - simple, inexpensive, and fun sensory play || Gift of Curiosity

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Twenty Fun Things to Freeze in Ice Blocks

twenty fun things to freeze into ice blocks for cool sensory play!

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Clothespin Sensory Play for Young Children: What Would You Do With It


Sensory Activities : Sudsy Goop Make soapy water with a few squirts of body wash or baby wash Add sudsy water to cornstarch Mix until you get a batter like consistency. Add Food Color or Kool-aid for added color/scent