Tag Archives: Sensory
If you’re exploring a transportation theme, here’s a fun little ditty about transportation I found years ago. (I didn’t write down where I found it, so if you know the original author let me know!) It’s a fun piggy-back song, to … Continue reading
Whoever coined the phrase “less is more” certainly wasn’t under the age of six. Young children love piling it all on, especially when doing art. It’s more about the experience than the exhibit, and that’s the way it should be.
I really do love graphing with preschoolers. It makes math concepts like numeracy, 1-to-1 ratio (counting one number for one item), comparing numbers, and sorting objects very visual and hands-on. Graphing does not have to be complicated. We’re not talking parabolas here, … Continue reading
If you’re looking for some ways to make this week memorable for your little ones, try serving up some pumpkin! You may want to use pumpkin as an ingredient (as in Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread) or use the pumpkin as … Continue reading
It’s often surprising how the simplest activities will keep kids engaged for the longest time! Such is the case with this simple sensory activity! Simple supplies and preparation, but the kiddos just love it!
While enjoying some family time at the cabin (the memorable scene I wrote about here) my sister-in-law pulled out a brilliant activity that I thought I would share with you all here! There were three very simple ingredients, and you … Continue reading
If you’d like to promote creativity, curiosity, language, small motor skills, and scientific problem-solving in your young children, you don’t need to buy something new. In fact, you need something old.
Calling all mad scientists! Here’s a formula for fun! I have yet to see a child not get excited by this activity! While it has many developmental objectives in and of itself, it is also a great attention-getter for a … Continue reading