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    Does your toddler enjoy squishing play dough, scooping rice, or dumping buckets of sand? What are your favorite sensory activities? (p.s. It's widely recognized that sensory activities play a central role in infant and child brain development.)

    Tons of sensory bottle ideas

    We believe learning starts from the very beginning as Early Childhood Educators and experienced Moms. We share activities and resources for families in our Baby Time for you to enjoy with your babies and toddlers. Tips about Organizing Play Dates, Stay At Home Parenting and Parenting on the Go with Siblings too!

    fun water play activities for baby

    Paint can be made with instant vanilla pudding and food color. Make the pudding according to the directions on the package and add a bit of food coloring. Another easy edible paint recipe uses instant Jell-O and water. Let it cool for a few minutes and then give it to your baby. edible play dough - One very simple recipe uses two parts oatmeal to one part each of water and flour. Mix the ingredients together to form the dough.

    edible paints

    Turn the pack and play into a ball pit- just buy balls!!!

    Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones!

    Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones!

    interesting article on "what is play?"

    For your 6 month old baby, these toys (which Magda Gerber preferred to call “play objects”) can include cotton scarves, balls of all shapes and sizes, plastic chains and empty water bottles, stacking cups, bowls, colanders, wooden toys, inflatable beach balls slightly deflated for grasping, manipulatives, teething rings — almost anything that doesn’t have sharp edges, is safe to mouth, not heavy, not long enough to reach around a baby’s neck, and is too large to choke on.

    interesting article about building child's attention span

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    Many baby activities

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