Our Top 5 Sensory Play Posts of 2012

This is part three of our end-of year review! Here is a run-down of our Top 5 Sensory Play Posts of 2012…

Growing MemoriesThe easiest sensory bin can be found in  your own backyard.   Some of the most memorable moments from my childhood were playing outside in the dirt.  I think getting back to basic play outside is very important in our child’s development. 

Water Beads Sensory Table:  We love water beads!  You will notice several posts with them, all of them being the same beads being used over and over again.  These little buggers allow for may play ideas and hours of fun. 

No Mess Sensory Play:  This fun activity allows for mess-free play.  You can add all kinds of different things inside the baggie for different sensory experiences.  The possibilities are endless.  You can change it around for different seasons, holidays, birthday theme…mix colors, textures, smells.
(This one was so much fun I had to include it too)
DIY Wrapping Paper:  Kids love making their own wrapping paper to cover gifts for friends and family.  It makes them so proud to be part of the present, and grandparents/aunts love receiving gifts wrapped in this special artwork.  Making your own wrapping paper is an easy and fun sensory project.
Light Bright Fun:  What is more fun than playing in the dark with a flashlight?  How about playing in a box with a light bright?!?  This fun sensory activity was a hit with the little kids. 
We are having so much fun reminiscing in all the fun we had in 2012 and excited to see what 2013 will bring!

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