Whip up a batch of “fairy mud” with a roll of toilet paper, a bar of soap, a handful of seashells and flower petals and, if you’re brave enough, a container or two of glitter. Hold onto your hats, Momma’s! We’ve busted out the glitter! I know you
Chocolate shop play dough for Valentine’s day. Today, the hooligans and I set up a play dough chocolate shop in anticipation of Valentine’s Day! We started by making our strawberry dough. I would normally use red kool-aid for the scent and colour here, but alas, I had no
Cloud dough is something I’ve waited all winter to make! I’ve seen it done on plenty of other blogs, and every one mentions the mess-factor so I was waiting until the weather was good and warm so we could take it outside. Cloud dough (also known as moon dough)
Well, the rainbow rice that I made on the weekend was a HIT with the Hooligans! To make your own, click here. I spread it out in rainbow fashion in a plastic bin, and added colourful bowls, plastic eggs, , scoops, glass jars, craft sticks, glass beads and cotton balls.
Last night I set out to make our Valentine’s Sensory Bin, after seeing this one that Growing a Jeweled Rose made for her girls. Let me say that this was no easy task. I’m the only female in our home. Our boys are 11 and 14, so pink items
The spookiest night of the year is only a few weeks away, so we’re kicking the holiday off with a little Halloween sensory play. The hooligans really enjoyed our Fall Sensory Bin, but I dismantled it this past weekend and used many of the pieces to decorate my
Water beads for amazing sensory fun! My water beads arrived in the mail yesterday! I ordered them online from rainbowwaterbeads.com. They were really reasonable: I got 5 colours for 8 dollars. Shipping was free from the U.S. to Canada on orders under $20, and they were at my door