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]

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]

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]

How to dye Pasta

How to Dye Pasta Preschool

Dyed pasta is actually very easy and it can be used for so many fun things. Things you can do with kids using dyed pasta include; a sensory bin, collages, patterning, and jewelry. See below how to dye pasta in 3 easy steps! You’ll Need This to dye Pasta: Pasta of your[Read more]

Salt Dough Recipe

Salt Dough Recipe

Salt dough is great for making ornaments, handprint or footprint keepsakes, figurines, jewelry, dinosaur fossils, and much more. This salt dough recipe is fast and easy and uses things you probably already have in your kitchen. How to Make Salt Dough Ingredients: 1 cup salt 2 cups all purpose flour 1[Read more]

Edible Pudding Paint Recipe- Great for Babies and Toddlers!

Edible Pudding Paint Recipe great activity at home for toddlers and babies.

You want to expose your baby or toddler to paint but you know the first thing they’ll do is put it in their mouth. That’s why I love this edible pudding paint recipe for finger painting. What’s not to love? Your toddler or baby gets to be creative, explore through their[Read more]