The Sunday Showcase – Sensory Play

September 22, 2012

sensory play

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The Showcase is a place to link up child centered blog posts. It’s full of fun ideas and lots of inspiration for activities to do with your children, I just wish I could do all of them! It was started by Bern at Mum to Two Posh lil Divas and Classified: Mom.

The Sunday Showcase is now being hosted on SIX blogs!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Here Come the Girls – (me!)
Inspiration Laboratories
Make Do & Friend (Having a blog break)
The Iowa Farmer’s Wife
Train Up a Child

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So without further ado here are my features for the Sunday Showcase. Yay!

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Taken from last week’s posts

Young children love sensory play – the messier the better. This week I’m featuring six brilliant ideas so the messiest, muddiest, stickiest play you can imagine. Kids will love it and as it is contained in a plastic tub really how messy can you get? Then again, have you met my twins?

6 sensory play activities

 Dirt and Mud Sensory Box from Slugs and Snails and Puppy Dogs Tails

Oh yes, toddlers love mud – and this one gets even better with the added ingredient of glitter.

Gardening Sensory Play from Little Moments a guest post on JDaniel4’s Mom

I’m not the best gardener so this idea is brilliant – all the fun of gardening without any of the expertise.

Cooking Play from Paint on the ceiling

This is so pretty – who would have thought you could say that about mud? A kitchen full of mud pies with added flowers – you can’t beat it.

Dinosaur Small World from Making Boys Men

Most children love dinosaurs. So why not add a few dinosaurs to your muddy sensory play box? There is also a fun spaghetti painting activity on this log so have a look at that for more sensory fun.

Coloured Ice and goop from Creative Playhouse

If you want to move away from mud then this beautiful swirling goop looks a lovely sensory experience.

Bloop from Sugar snip

Finally this post shows that sometimes it doesn’t matter if things go wrong. Here is Bloop – Blue goop made when a recipe went wrong, but it looks equally good fun!

This week on Here Come the Girls

grasshopper

Catching crickets

Chicka chicka trees

Making Chicka chicka trees

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