I’m super excited to be participating in the 40 Days of Sensory Bin Fillers series from Sarah of Little Bins for Little Hands. There’s been so many fun fillers shared already. We’re contributing hay, otherwise known as natural wood excelsior. Our colored hay sensory bin is full of bright, fun sensory play materials. Continue reading
All Thing Kids bloggers are teaming up this month to bring you an exciting series on Spring Sensory Play. Sugar Aunts shares a wonderful introduction post to stay connected with this months series Spring Sensory Playdate Activities. Also, follow along with our All Things Kids Pinterest Board for lots of creative and educational activities for kids! Don’t forget to link up your ideas too at the end of the post!
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Spring is a time for growth, renewal, and new life. Temperatures rise, flowers begin to bud, and the scent of crisp, cool rain fills the air. As winter passes and things being to melt, the insects come out. In celebration of springtime, we’re exploring process-based art today with melting insect sensory painting. Continue reading