Oatmeal Playdough Recipe

Oatmeal Playdough Recipe

Looking for something a little different that is a great sensory activity and helps with fine motor skills? This homemade oatmeal playdough recipe is quick and easy. You won’t have to worry about your little one putting it in their mouth because it is edible, although I am not sure[Read more]

Sensory Bin 101

Why are sensory bins important? Young children learn about their world by exploring and experimenting using their senses. By observing a young toddler exploring  their environment you will see this in action. They look at,  touch, smell, and taste just about anything they come in contact with- this is how they[Read more]

Fairy Wand Craft for Kids

Fairy Wand Craft

Who doesn’t love fairy tales? The whimsy, the adventure, and the magic? Fairy tales and storytelling go hand and hand with childhood and for a reason, read about the importance of story telling and fairy tales.  If you are like me and are not a natural story teller, I found[Read more]

Mini Sensory Bin

Mini Sensory Bin for Kids

We love sensory bins around here. This mini sensory bin is great for when you don’t have much time to put into a regular size sensory bin or if you would like to contain the mess to the top of table. This mini sensory bin allows for fun sensory play[Read more]

Water Balloon Towel Toss Game

Water Balloon Game

Are you looking for a fun game or activity for your family BBQ or summer party? This is a simple water balloon game that is great for the whole family. It is super fun and a great way to stay cool on a hot day! This water balloon towel toss[Read more]

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Craft

St. Patrick's Day Craft Rainbow

When I was little I would always think about trying to catch the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. I was so convinced that if I could simply get to the end, I would surely catch the leprechaun and his pot of gold. Even as an adult when[Read more]

Easter Sensory Bin

Easter Sensory bin

Want an activity that will calm your child and engage them providing hours of play? Then you want to put together a sensory bin? Don’t know what a sensory bin is or what is so great about them. No problem, Click here for more benefits of sensory bins. The fun thing[Read more]

Chocolate Scented Playdough

Chocolate Playdough

When you think of childhood, what is the first thing that comes to mind? I bet playdough is high up on that list. Playdough and childhood go hand and hand. The smooshing and smashing is so great for those fine motor skills. I think it is so fun that now[Read more]

Rainbow Sensory Bin With Fruit Loops

rainbow sensory bin

Looking for a fun edible rainbow sensory bin that is perfect for spring or St. Patrick’s Day? Since my little lady still puts everything in her mouth, I am constantly in search of fun and edible sensory activities. I thought why not try something fun, colorful and yummy! The Fruit[Read more]

How to Dye Rice

How to Dye Rice Sensory Play

Need some colored rice for a sensory bin or sensory jar? This is a simple tutorial on how to dye rice with Kool-aid. This is a great way to add vibrant colors and scents to rice for sensory bins and other fun activities. You’ll need: 1 cup rice 1/2 teaspoon Kool-aid[Read more]