28 Baby-Safe and Toddler Approved Sensory Play Activities
Try these fun and educational sensory play activities that are safe for your baby and toddler. Most are taste-safe and are fun enough for the older kids to join in the fun.
Rainbow Color Sorting Sensory Bin
This rainbow color sorting sensory bin is a great indoor activity for toddlers and preschoolers. They work on colors, sorting, and fine motor skills.
Foil Painting: Sensory Art - FSPDT
Foil Painting, no more complicated than regular painting set up/clean up but a new medium
Net Fishing FIne Motor Play
Super simple net fishing activity for toddlers and older kids with items from recycle bin, and everyone's favorite: water!
VALENTINE SHAVING CREAM HEART ART WITH KIDS
Valentine Shaving Cream Hearts. Fun process art project for kids to make handmade paper valentine prints, cards, garlands and favors!
Free Printable Quotes for a Vision Board - Our Handcrafted Life
Free Printable Motivational Quotes for a Vision Board Have you all ever made a Vision Board? It’s basically a visual representation of your goals and dreams to inspire you to pursue them fully. You brainstorm your goals for the year, collect images and quotes that inspire you, then make plans to accomplish those goals. It’s pretty powerful if you take the time to focus on
Snowman Sensory Bin for Kids
A simple and fun Snowman Sensory box for Kids! Fine motor fun that is a perfect winter or Christmas sensory box activity for preschoolers!
EASY Chocolate Playdough Recipe
This EASY Chocolate Playdough Recipe is such a fun Valentines Day activity for kids of all ages! It is easy to make and smells AMAZING!
10 Valentine Sensory Activities | Fun-A-Day!
Young kids love getting their hands on sensory materials at any time of the year, so don't forget Valentine's Day! Check out these kid-tested valentine sensory activities the children are sure to love.
DIY Touch and Feel Valentine’s Day Hearts
Valentine's Day sensory activity: make your own touch and feel hearts!
Sweet Valentine's Day Sensory Bin with Practical Life and Math Activities
A sweet sensory bin for toddlers and preschoolers with practical life activities and a math scavenger hunt; post includes embedded YouTube video and Montessori Monday linky collection.
How to motivate residents in long term care
Encouraging the elderly to participate in scheduled activities can be challenging. Lack of engagement is a common problem. It is important that you identify any barriers - whether perceived or real - that might be preventing residents from getting involved.
This is a vocational task to help teach students a work skill. Safety kit assembly helps to reinforce following direction, visual and fine motor skills as well as math skills. To purchase please go to: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Safety-Kit-Assembly-791195