Are you looking for non-food sensory table filler ideas? In a past article, I listed many ideas for sensory table fillers, but many teachers prefer to not add food to the sensory bin. Now, here is a list of non-food ideas for your sensory bin or table.
Today I am sharing some monster activities for kids. Lately, we seem to have lots of monsters in our house. We recently adopted a puppy. He is a rescued Brittany who had lived outside his entire life. When he came into our home, he didn’t know anything about anything. The poor little guy is afraid to go into the laundry room because the washing machine
Oh the things you can do with a plastic bottle cap. Do you save plastic bottle caps and lids? They are perfectly sized for little hands and can be used in oh so many ways. Here is a list of many ways to use these little round resources for learning. Disclaimer: WARNING – bottle caps can present a chocking hazard. Small parts are not for
I learn best when I can feel, touch, or experience something….and many kids do too. Today, I have some printable shape cards for you and I will show you how you can add some texture to the shape cards. Kids can trace the textured shapes with their fingers to get some sensory input as they learn each shape.