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  • Tracey J

    more sensory table ideas

  • Yamaya Williams

    Buried Treasure Sensory Play

  • Tina Courtney

    Our Worldwide Classroom: "Sensory Tubs" Ideas List. These are great. Have used one of them already. The kids love it.

  • Hilary Miller

    March--several bags of split peas, gold plastic coins, and glittery gold pom poms. Sensory Tub

  • Shawna Laufer

    St Patricks Day- bags of split peas, gold plastic coins, glittery gold pom pom balls....might add small felt four leaf clovers and maybe some rainbow beads....could add real change and then make it a learning activity about currency

  • Kim Camelotto

    st patty's day sensory box

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