Sensory play for your toddler’s development is important. Stimulating their senses and allowing them to use the scientific process while they play. Here are five easy sensory play tools your kids will love.
Using a ¼ cup of baby oil and 2 cups of flour, it is more than possible to create moon sand your child would have a blast playing with, you might even want to add beads to the mix for added fun.
Pom-Pom ice cubes
Purchasing a bag of pom-poms from Walmart and putting them in an ice cube tray filled with water. Once out your child could use plastic spoons or forks and play until they melt and start all over again the following day.
Cheap or toy sponges in a bucket of water. Placing a towel under them in the kitchen while you cook this will allow them to squeeze the water out of the sponges in place them in a clean bucket for repeated fun.
Look and Find a sensory bottle
Using an old Voss bottle, you can add small toys or beads into a bottle filled with crimped paper, this will allow them to shake the bottle and look for the hidden toys and beads inside.
Shaving cream color mixing bag
Using non-toxic paint, and shaving cream in a sealed Ziploc bag your kids can mix paint and finger paint an endless amount with the mixing bag.