Motor Skills and Sensory

Toddler & Baby Ice Play

Toddler & Baby Ice Play Sensory & Fine Motor Skills The kids where getting a little stir crazy today with daycare being closed and nothing but rain outside so we broke out the dishes and ice. They had so much…
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Stuffing Pom Poms and Coin Drop Can

 Stuffing Pom Poms and Coin Drop Yet again I have seen many different ideas for placing objects (or stuffing pom poms into a can) THIS ONE is my favorite for these ideas. But I did want to add more to…
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Monster Activity Box

Monster Activity Box   So I have seen many DIY boxes for motor skills and I just love the idea of a pull or tugging box, one of the great tugging boxes I have seen recently is THIS ONE. So…
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Sensory Bin- Felt Christmas Tree

 Sensory Bin- Felt Christmas Tree Supplies: Styrofoam Cone, Hot glue gun, scissors, green felt, Velcro dots, brown paint and brush, pom poms, buttons, bells and any other items you would like to use for ornaments Directions: Paint the bottom of…
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Minnie Mouse Learning Clock DIY

Minnie Mouse Learning Clock Tutorial  (with removable Bows to match numbers and colors) Supplies Needed: Foam Core, Utility Knife, Ribbon, Hot Glue and Hot Glue Gun, 2 Large Popsicle Sticks, 1 brad, 12 different colors of craft foam or felt,…
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Cool Whip Sensory Scavenger Hunt

Cool Whip Sensory Scavenger Hunt So I have been thinking about all the fun projects people do with shaving cream, and I Love them all but my daughter still puts everything she can find in her mouth so why not…
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Sensory Gel Bottle Take 2

Ok so i did find that leaving out the glitter did wonders for the gel bottle, Here is what i ended up with. Still using the shampoo or body wash for the gel consistency and adding small objects then hot…
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Sensory Bin

  Items used: Fruit Loops, Pipe cleaners, Pom Poms, Shovel, Foam Shapes, dollar toys, and spool beads. Note; I wanted to use something edible for the base instead of rocks just in case my daughter decided to try and eat…
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Sea Life Sensory Bin

  Items used: Blue Sand, Colored pasta shells, misc sea items that i found at the dollar store and in the fish tank section of any store. The bin size i used is 16x11x5 (12qrt).     Share this:

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