O is for Opposites: Wet and Dry Sensory Play
O is for Opposites: Learning about wet and dry through sensory play.
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Sensory and Discovery Bottles for Toddlers and Preschoolers - Recycling Craft Project
SAHM + Pinterest = Craftmania! I've been "upcycling" lots of plastic bottles into sensory bottles for Jackson lately, and I must admit, it's pretty fun, not least because it involves a hot glue gun. These may or may not just be overblown rattles, but he seems to find them at least moderately interesting, and I've been having fun. Here's what I've done so far: Dice Discovery Bottle (DRY): When Jackson was "helping" me "clean out" my office supply drawer, I found five dice (two red, two white…
Discover wet and dry = sensory play
Children respond better to learning experiences when more of their senses are involved. Sensory experiences are wonderful opportunities for learning and they are so much fun! On this day we were investigating wet and dry! Goop is a wonderful sensory recipe for learning wet and dry. It has been one of Miss M's favourite things to do since she was around 15months! We started with 2 large storage container lids. Fill one with cornflour. Let your children touch and play with the dry cornflour…