Category Archives: Sensory

Baby Tissue Paper Sensory

I’m always looking for easy things to keep Little Flower busy while I’m cooking. This tissue paper sensory bowl was about as easy as could be and really kept her occupied for longer than any other similar activity so far. … Continue reading

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Felt Sensory

While I was preparing our Valentine’s felt heart project, I saved the excess felt pieces for a sensory project for my Little Flower. I also cut up some additional colorful felt scraps and put them all together for a colorful, … Continue reading

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“Sand and Snow” Sensory ABC Search

My original plan was to do a cornmeal ABC sensory activity, but when I realized that I didn’t have any cornmeal I improvised with cracker crumbs. It really looked like sand when I put them in the plastic container. I … Continue reading

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Mess-Free Painting for Baby

I found this cute idea here for an easy first painting product for a baby – without any mess or danger of them eating the paint. (Plus, it’s also a nice texture for sensory fun!) While her brothers were working … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Art

We first started doing art projects almost 2 1/2 years ago, when Love Bug was just over 2 years old. I had gotten ideas for different art activities and sensory fun from several blogs and had found lists of essential … Continue reading

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Bath Snow!

I’ve been trying to come up with some fun new bath ideas (usually it’s just shaving cream) lately. One great idea that I found on Pinterest was for bath snow. All it takes is baking soda and water. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Sensory Bottles

These are so easy to make and great for babies and toddlers to explore different sounds, colors, and more. They can also be really calming. We made six of them, but there are so many other different types you could … Continue reading

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