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Colored Ice in the Play Pool - such an inexpensive sensory play idea for summer! Observe color mixing and play while staying cool.

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun!

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Top 10 Activities For Toddler Boys

I just love the one idea to make a huge ice block with the toys and let Will chip it out! Cool fun!

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DIY Bath Paints

DIY bath paints are easy to make and can be made into a variety of vibrant colors for your little one to experiment with. Great sensory fun made with 4 ingredients!

Fill water balloons with colored water then pop them in the play pool - Kids will be delighted to see the water change colors! A fun sensory experience as well as a lesson in color theory. We love summer!

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Baby Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles

{Cute} Baby Sensory Play: Discovery Bottles

Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls) flour + water + cotton balls + child hammer = very happy children. Perfect for a grumpy afternoon.

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10 Rainy Day Activities for Kids

10 rainy/snowy day activities

"Whenever we have play dates, the ball pit is one of the most popular hangouts in the playroom. Seriously the kids LOVE it! We've had this ball pit since Jake was 6 months old and it's still one of his favorite toys. You can easily make your own with an inflatable swimming pool and pit balls (we used 200). "

Swimming in oodles of noodles. She cut 4 noodles and dumped them in the tub. To sneak in math have them stack the same colors and count them, sort colors in piles and see which color has the most, practice patterning.

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DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers

sensory play

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10 Ways to Stay Cool with Water Play

10 Ways to Play With Water