I recently did a sensory table my kids were crazy about. I used a leftover half bag of spaghetti and boiled it in small batches in food coloring and water to make a whole rainbow of pasta fun. They enjoyed it so much I just had to share on my blog as my 100th post…
Recently the girls and I had a princess pink afternoon full of reading princess books, dressing up in all pink, eating pink snacks and pink sensory play!
The kids have been asking for the sensory table this week and I wanted a new idea for the theme. So I thought about how much they have been eager to learn chores and help out around the house, trust me I’m living it up cause I know it will end, and decided to use … Continue reading
So I’ve been implementing sensory activities into the kids daily schedule for a long time without even realizing what I was doing. Then I came across an article about the importance of intentionally giving your children sensory activities to help them develop and grow through their five senses. There are even therapists who work with children through … Continue reading