Tummy Time Finger Painting Sensory Play — CanDo Kiddo
A great sensory play activity for Tummy Time? Finger painting! But before you imagine paint-streaked walls and washing paint out of every orifice of your kiddo, learn how to use a Ziploc bag to keep the mess out of messy play!
Pom pom drop activity for toddlers - Laughing Kids Learn
This pom pom drop activity for toddlers is simple to set up and great for developing fine motor control and an understanding of cause and effect.
Touchy Feely Frames for Babies - Little Lifelong Learners
Make your own touchy feely frames! An easy DIY sensory play idea for your babies and toddlers using items from around the house.
Zoo Animal Peek-a-Boo Board - Toddler Approved
Welcome to Zoo Week! We had fun crafting panda puppets yesterday and today we are sharing a fun guessing game and memory activity for kids using zoo animals! My kids have really been enjoying zoo week and love doing pretend play with their plastic zoo animals and reading our favorite zoo books. Our absolute favorite zooContinue Reading
Sensory Bottles for Little Ones - Plain Vanilla Mom
My little guy LOVES his sensory bottles. I started making them for him one day when I realized how much he was enjoying playing with my half-full water bottle. Sensory bottles don’t need to be anything complicated. His current favorite is this one filled with water, small balloons, and pony beads. At six months we …
40+ Baby Activities: Fun & Easy Play Ideas - Busy Toddler
A collection of 40+ fun and easy baby activities for ages 6-15 months. Your baby will love these activities and you'll love how simple they are to set up.
Sensory Play for Babies
What can baby do? TONS! Here are 50+ fun & educational sensory play activities perfect for babies & toddlers!
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Spiky Ball Painting
I mentioned in our "Having a Ball" week introduction post that Kingston has a spiky blue ball that he got in his Easter basket. This ball is so great for sensory play. It has spiky nubs all over it, a sticky texture, it bounces, and it makes a cool noise when baby plays with it. I thought it would be such a fantastic, non-traditional object to paint with. I was curious to see what kind of painting Kingston could make using this unconventional "paint brush". (This post contains affiliate…