Painting clouds on a mirror – outdoor, sensory art with shaving cream… Okay! I have another crazy-cool mirror-play idea for you! I’ve been dreaming of this one ever since I set up some Sensory Play on a Mirror a couple of weeks ago. Did you see that activity? Quick!
Sensory play on a mirror takes your activities to a whole new level… Earlier this week, I did something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now. I set up a sensory activity on a mirror, and it was very, VERY cool. If you’ve never used a mirror
Sensory Art: exploring shaving cream and food colouring with our hands. We had another wonderfully messy experience the other day, creating sensory art with shaving cream and food colouring. You may have seen our Giant Shaving Cream Magna-Doodle a couple of weeks ago when we covered our 6 dollar, thrift-shop table in shaving
Create a giant “Magna Doodle” with a table covered in shaving cream! This was just the coolest activity. This morning, I created a shaving cream magna doodle using 2 simple items: a table-top and a can of shaving cream. If you’ve been following along with us, you’ve likely
Sensory Soup: strengthen fine motor skills while exploring fresh herbs with this warm weather activity. We’ve been exploring fresh herbs from our garden in a wonderfully wet and watery activity that we’re calling “Sensory Soup”. Every year at about this time, when the garden is in full tilt, we
Ghost Mud is so easy to make and it’s a wonderful sensory activity for your children. It smells fantastic, and it’s delightfully ooey and gooey when you squeeze it through your fingers. It’s similar to playdough, but softer and silkier. Yesterday I showed you how to do the coolest (not
Fall exploration and discovery: sensory fun with corn cobs and sunflowers: We’ve been having some sensory fun with corn cobs and sunflowers! Exploring corn kernels and sunflower seeds is always a fun activity at this time of year. I’d like to say a big THANK YOU to my friends