counting bean bags
for my daughter's buddy "N," who is turning 3. these were a really fun project, and i hope they help the little smarty pants learn his numbers (but if he just has fun with the bean bags, that's great too!). as you can see in the photo, my daughter was itching to play with them - a good sign, i think. the colors were fun to pick (got away from my usual go-to blue/green combo), and i think this project even made me enjoy hand sewing! the fabric used for the number is what's on the reverse side…
28 Baby-Safe and Toddler Approved Sensory Play Activities
Try these fun and educational sensory play activities with your baby and toddler. They are taste-safe and don’t pose a choking hazard, and fun enough for the older kids to join in the fun.
Make Sensory Bottles for Infants and Toddlers ~ Homemade Gifts for Less Than $5 | Heavenly Homemakers
Where was this idea when my boys were babies? Lacie sent in these instructions and pictures. What a fun gift! Sensory Bottles are a cheap, easy gift for infants and toddlers. I purchased Voss waters because they look so cool! They are a bit pricey but since I can reuse the bottles I’m ok with […]
Lava Lamp Sensory Bags
AMAZING lava lamp sensory bags. These are easy to make and allow kids to explore in a variety of ways. Learn colors, explore the Science of liquids, create fun works of art, and engage in sensory play in a mess free way. There is no clean up with these and the FUN never ends.