8 Sensory Activities to fill the Witching Hour ---For those of you who attended the workshop (Kid Cultivators Homeschooling Community) several of these were discussed. A few are new and great ideas, as well, for the little ones.
8 Sensory Activities to Fill the Witching Hour
8 Sensory Activities to Engage Kids During the Witching Hour
8 Sensory Activities to fill the Witching Hour- a great list all in one place.we have done the cloud dough and popcorn seeds! So much fun! While I cook dinner he plays in the sensory tub!
I used unflavored gelatin. 2 year old spent about 1 hour total. digging it out then cleaning her finds! Jello Dig: a sticky and delicious toddler activity
A Jello Dig is a sticky and delicious toddler activity. Toddlers find hidden objects in a bowl full of Jello in this fun sensory filled activity.
Jello Dig: This activity can be done as an indoor or outdoor activity. Let's get messy and explore a Jello Dig with items that begin with the letter of the week. SC SC Materials: jello items that begin with the letter of the week
I'm a young mother of two beautiful kids years old and 9 months). I want to share with you some ideas : kids activities, toddler games, meals, art and crafts for our little one.
Jello Dig: a sticky and delicious toddler activity
Bedside Play: Alphabet Sift and Find - check out this seriously fun and easy toddler activity! It's a combination of literacy and sensory fun - an alphabet learning activity for toddlers and preschoolers.