587 SharesPin563Share24Tweet+1This monster sensory bin is the perfect way to engage in pretend, Halloween play without being too spooky or scary for little ones. During the day, the eyeballs are fun to squish and look for, and then at night, they glow, which has quite a different effect! A
523 SharesPin515Share8Tweet+1Busy bags are fantastic to have on hand for quiet time, waiting rooms, church, etc. I like to have fun themed ones to take out for different seasons. This button practice busy bag practices and encourages fine motor skills, while allowing for some creativity and imagination when decorating the scene.
157 SharesPin140Share15Tweet+1Three cheers for the red, white and blue! This army sensory bin celebrates the United States and all of the brave men and women who fight to keep the country safe. It offers a fantastic opportunity to discuss holidays such as Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day, and the Fourth of
0 SharesPinShareTweet+1Who doesn’t love a good themed activity? Here are some of my kids’ favorites from this blog for Easter! Sensory egg dyeing, yummy party treats, and even edible play dough! I would love to hear which of these Easter activities for kids are your favorites! Easter Activities for Kids