Munchkin and Bean: Autumn Scented Play Dough -- apple pie, pumpkin and maple = brilliant! For more sensory related pins, visit the SPD Blogger Network boards here: @SPDBN

Munchkin and Bean: Autumn Scented Play Dough -- apple pie, pumpkin and maple = brilliant! For more sensory related pins, visit the SPD Blogger Network boards here: @SPDBN

We like this edible finger paint recipe from The Imagination Tree because it uses cornstarch to create a less-watery paint! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

We like this edible finger paint recipe from The Imagination Tree because it uses cornstarch to create a less-watery paint! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Create "magic marble play-doh" with this recipe from Mummy Musings & Mayhem. the trick is using dried non-toxic paint, which takes longer to kned into the dough! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Create "magic marble play-doh" with this recipe from Mummy Musings & Mayhem. the trick is using dried non-toxic paint, which takes longer to kned into the dough! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

This recipe from The Imagination Tree for natural herbal play-do substitutes lemon juice for expensive cream-of-tartar. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

This recipe from The Imagination Tree for natural herbal play-do substitutes lemon juice for expensive cream-of-tartar. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

The Softest Play Doh recipe (a no-cook recipe made with conditioner and corn starch) from Kids Activities Blog. For more sensory related pins, visit the SPD Blogger Network boards here: @SPDBN

The Softest Play Doh recipe (a no-cook recipe made with conditioner and corn starch) from Kids Activities Blog. For more sensory related pins, visit the SPD Blogger Network boards here: @SPDBN

Ice Cream Dough from Growing A Jeweled Rose- feels just like ice cream and smells AMAZING!!! It's cold too and costs less than one dollar to make

Ice Cream Dough from Growing A Jeweled Rose- feels just like ice cream and smells AMAZING!!! It's cold too and costs less than one dollar to make

Play Recipe- Dirt Dough- A NEW sensory material that feels JUST like dirt! Great for construction play, mud pie making, pretend gardening, and so much more!

Play Recipe- Dirt Dough- A NEW sensory material that feels JUST like dirt! Great for construction play, mud pie making, pretend gardening, and so much more!

Pasta is a cornerstone of many art and craft projects because of the great fine motor and tactlie experiences it offers. @SPDBN offers a great tutorial to create colored pasta with sensory expereinces built in! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. for more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Pasta is a cornerstone of many art and craft projects because of the great fine motor and tactlie experiences it offers. @SPDBN offers a great tutorial to create colored pasta with sensory expereinces built in! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. for more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Soap shavings and glitter are the key ingredients for this sparkle soap "mud" recipe from The Imagination Tree. The best part? No real mud necessary! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Soap shavings and glitter are the key ingredients for this sparkle soap "mud" recipe from The Imagination Tree. The best part? No real mud necessary! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Salt dough is a great way to encourage little hands in the kitchen. Use cookie cutters like The Imagination Tree to encourage proprioceptive input (how much pressure is needed to cut the dough). Recipe and ideas included in post. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. for more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

Salt dough is a great way to encourage little hands in the kitchen. Use cookie cutters like The Imagination Tree to encourage proprioceptive input (how much pressure is needed to cut the dough). Recipe and ideas included in post. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. for more sensory-related pins, see http://pinterest.com/spdbn

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