sensory activities to do at home or in school with kids of all ages, toddlers, preschoolers, homeschool
This camping sensory bin uses a base of dry white rice and camping story stones for fun sensory play for kids. Great before a family camping trip.
Make a color mixing sensory bottle for sensory play, learning about colors, or just for fun! These are perfect for all ages.
These Christmas sensory sticks allow for exploration through the senses of smell, touch, hearing and sight, and, they are incredibly simple to put together!
This unicorn soap foam recipe mixes soap and water with cornstarch to create foam that has a great texture. Make a few colors and swirl together!
This collection of sensory bins for kids includes content to be used year round or seasonally for early learning at home or in the classroom.
A simple shark sensory bin that uses rocks, sand and water to create a natural water play sensory bin with a shark theme for kids.
This apple pie sensory bin includes scented 3-ingredient cloud dough to create fine motor and pretend play for kids. To play with Ten Apples Up On Top
These toddler sensory activities are safe for young children to play with, all while engaging the senses and experiencing play-based learning.
This ABC Monsters sensory bin incorporates some homemade letter monsters and the lovable kids' show, the ABC Monsters! Learn letters through play!
This butterfly sensory bin uses rice, faux flowers and butterflies as a fun and interactive way for kids to learn. Printable butterfly question cards too!
Sewing tutorial on how to make a weighted blanket. Detailed instructions on how to sew a sensory blanket. Great for anyone seeking sensory soothing help.
Messy play ideas for babies and toddlers, plus tested ways to embrace and contain the mess. Read the benefits of messy play for kids!
A tutorial for making colored beans great for a number of sensory activities for children. See how these beautiful beans are used as a sensory bin base.