Sensory hands. Could be used for 1:1. Use balloons and try to ID what is inside.

These are cheap and easy to make and virtually free to make. I used non-latex gloves that were donated to me. I filled ea.

Sensory Hands made with latex gloves and filled with different weights and textures such as sand, cotton balls, beans, rice...

Sensory Hands made with latex gloves and filled with different weights and textures such as sand, cotton balls, beans, rice.

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4 seasons theme: ready cloudy with a chance of meatballs.do spaghetti in sensory table and cloud picture for art

Lemon Scented Rice Summer Sensory Bin

Lemon Scented Rice Summer Sensory Bin Olfactory Sense

Make quick and simple lemon scented rice for olfactory sensory processing! Lemon scented rice makes a great sensory bin for early learning play!

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Children explore through touch. With a sensory board/wall, children can touch the different textures to see how they feel.

Smelling Sensory bottles

5 senses theme - DIY smelling bottles made from spice containers with a cotton ball and a few drops of cooking extracts or essential oils.

Set up a simple washing farm animal sensory bin for your preschoolers. They'll love getting the dirty animals clean! So simple, but so fun!

Washing Farm Animal Sensory Bin

Farm animal washing station activity for toddlers and preschoolers. A fun farm themed sensory play activity!

Babies and toddlers will have fun with these sensory gloves. With active supervision they will be able to use them to develop their sense of touch and they can be filled with various safe items found around the house.

Sensory Gloves for Babies and Toddlers

Sensory Project(Physical) - Babies and toddlers will have fun with these sensory gloves. With active supervision they will be able to use them to develop their sense of touch and they can be filled with various safe items found around the house.

How to make sand foam for sensory play by learning 4 kids

How to make Sand Foam?

Make sand foam for sensory play. Add 3 cups of sand to the tray then gradually add shaving cream and combine using hands. Add more shaving cream until desired consistency is made.

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