DIY Zipper Board for Kids

This is a great way to encourage young kids to work on fine motor skills while learning how to zip and unzip. Kate, from Laughing Kids Learn, made this simple zipper board using a piece of cardboard, some colorful …

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Plaster of Paris Sand Prints
If you are headed to the beach anytime soon, you might want to grab some craft supplies to take with you. Read through this tutorial and learn how Jen from Balancing Beauty & Bedlam and her family created unique souvenirs …

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Spring Flower Sensory Bottle
If your yard is like mine and overgrown with dandelions, discover how you can use them to entertain your little ones. You can encourage your kids to help you pick all of the dandelions in your yard and then show …

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Playdough Activity Mats

Making play dough mats has been on my to-do list for quite awhile. Pop on over to Emma Owl and you can download six shape-themed playdough mats. Print them out and laminate them and your kids can have fun …

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DIY Tugging Box
This project is so simple you will be surprised at how entertained it keeps older babies and young toddlers. I will admit, for as long as I have worked with kids of all ages, I had never heard of a …

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Mini Olympics Ice Hockey and Figure Skating

If you have a family full of hockey fans, like mine, you can make your own miniature hockey rink and challenge each other to hockey games while you watch the Olympic hockey games. You can even make your own fans …

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Textured Groundhog Puppet Craft

This project doesn’t have to made exclusively for Groundhog’s day because this puppet will brighten any day. Older kids can do it all by themselves and younger kids can do it with just a little help. This is a wonderful …

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The photo styling is probably the best seller when it comes to this tutorial. The photos are amazing. Not sure the baby would be too impressed when it landed on it’s face but until then he/she is completely mesmerized. ┬áThis …

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sensory-play

Just a little gross but my 6 year-old thought it was amazing! Even girls like gross things and apparently if you add some glitter it’s magically Princess themed. Perhaps if I add some edible glitter to her vegetables she might …

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Wow! What little boy (or girl) is not going to love this. It looks like lots of fun and would be perfect for a little one who has been hard at work all day around the house with some real …

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Halloween-Sensory-Tub-T

The kids are going to love playing in this tub. I would however leave out the bloody hand and just fill it with clear water. Slightly to gross for me. This would also be a fun Halloween Party activity too.…

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toddle-play-tactile

Wow! Talk about dedication – Mary cooked and colored 10 boxes of Spaghetti to create this messy tactile invitation.

Obviously you would not have to make 10 boxes to get enjoyment out of it. I also doubt it would need …

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I am often asked how do I manage to blog and look after my almost 4-year-old. This is one of the ways. Setting up invitations for him to play. I presented him with a tray (with a small lip edge …

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sensory-walking-obstacle-toddler

Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best ones. This walking obstacle course is filled with sensory objects. If you take a quick look around your house you are sure to find lot’s more ideas too. This would be a great …

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Princess_Putty

Even little Princess’s want to get their hands dirty, but just with a little extra glitter. DIY Glitter Putty.┬áThese would make great Party Favors or Christmas gifts too.

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