Have a 2 to 4yo? This fun sensory bag activity is for you! There are two parts to this Pompom Apples Sensory Bag activity: first, children push the pompoms to the circles on tree by matching the colours. Then they ‘pick the apples’ and sort them into the two baskets according to the colours.
Develop fine motor skills and letter recognition with this easy DIY activity. Preschoolers will love learning the alphabet as they peel and match the stickers. This puzzles takes 5 minutes to set up and makes a fantastic rainy day or busy bag activity. #finemotor #prechooler #literacy #letters #alphabet #rainyday #busybag
A great way to explore the seasons are DIY sensory bottles. Kids will really enjoy learning about the seasons and discovering something new each time they pick up a bottle, turn it upside down and shake it all around. With a few water bottles and supplies from your craft box you will be well on your way.
with the plan to stay home the next few weeks, i’ve hopefully gotten through the worst of my panic mode about the fact that i forgot to buy any cauliflower WHATSOEVER lol. seriously woke up at 3am last night because of it. it’s gonna be a long few weeks, but “social distancing” is the only … Continue reading "35+ things to do while you’re stuck at home with kids"