The value of scooping and pouring and counting candy corn in preschool
There are many values in sensory play! If there is one area in my own professional development that I have come to appreciate more than ever, it is the value of sensory play. I have always included sensory play in my lesson plans but it hasn't been until
Exploring spring sensory play with preschoolers
When I fill a sensory table, I usually have everything already in it that I think the children would like to play with. However today, I just set out set out different items for Tristan to choose from. I set out a basket of rocks, some
Ducks around the preschool classroom
Who knew you could incorporate ducks in so many ways around the classroom? I'd love to show you a couple ways we incorporated ducks in our centers after reading Eric Carle's "10 Little Rubber Ducks" and discussing all of the different things we knew about ducks - both the rubber and the feathered kind!
How to Make Edible Non Toxic Sensory Kinetic Sand Recipe for Kids
Make your own Kinetic Sand Recipe! Edible, non-toxic sensory DIY recipe - great for toddlers, preschool, sand box, etc.
Water Beads Sensory Window Bag
This water bead sensory bag is one of our favorite ways to distract the kids with mess-free play. A perfect solution when you need time to tackle the mess!
Shaving Cream and Water Beads Sensory Bin
Shaving Cream and Water Beads Sensory Bin: Over the last month we have been exploring different ways to play with water beads and our beads are finally reaching the point where they are just about ready to head to the garbage. Wanting to squeeze one last fun activity out of them we mixed our water beads with another one of our sensory favorites — shaving cream! The sensory bin experiment turned out awesome and was a huge hit with the kids!
Sensory Play with Funnels, Tubes, and Colored Beans - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Sensory Play with Funnels, Tubes, and Colored Beans - Great for fine motor skill development. Preschoolers will love this fun sensory play station!