Brilliant! It's a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it. This will be a fun cold day project!
Squishy Pals Squeeze and Squish this cute, sensory toy. All you do is fill a balloon with 1 entire container of play dough. Then, give your pal a face with a sharpie. Detailed how to: First, roll dough out into a log shape. Next, stretch your balloon and stuff with dough. Finally, tie your balloon and voila: a squishy pal! (Note: Before you tie, flatten dough out to remove air bubbles)
Give each child a puzzle piece to decorate... keeping the edges intact so it can be re-assembled. Use for a lesson in tolerance... how each individual piece is beautiful on its own. But what a masterpiece you get when you put them all together! Cute family idea!
Time Out Jar. The goal is that when they are feeling out of control, they shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up. This one is a really great technique to use in lieu of timeout.