Anja Sandvik
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Shake ’em, Stack ’em, Knock ’em & repeat – DIY Sensory Blocks for Babies! Simple & Inexpensive Play idea for Babies & Toddlers! www.acraftyliving.com

Babies love these DIY sensory blocks. Shake, stack, knock them over! Cheap and easy homemade toy.

For my nephew! Baby Oil Sensory Bag, read the precautions at the end of post - baby oil is dangerous if ingested or aspirated. Putting this in a double ziplock bag may be a good idea.

Play Create Explore: Baby Oil Sensory Bags = baby oil, food colouring, a little bit of water, glitter, objects to find (smooth). Put in ziplock bag and duct tape for leaks and little fingers who would like to open it.

This upcylcled and naturally sourced DIY rainstick musical sensory bottle will help children learn self-regulation skills. This rainstick calm down bottle is a musical instrument that is fun to watch and listen to. It makes the sound of pitter-patting rain when tipped from top to bottom. Discovery bottles are also great for no mess safe sensory play for kids. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers can safely investigate small objects without the risk of choking.

An easy upcylcled and naturally sourced DIY rainstick musical sensory bottle that will help children learn to self-regulate. This calm down jar is a musical instrument that is fun for kids to watch and listen to. It makes the gentle pitter-pat sound of ra

Baby oil and food colouring in a zip lock bag

Play Create Explore: Baby Oil Sensory Bags = baby oil, food colouring, a little bit of water, glitter, objects to find (smooth). Put in ziplock bag and duct tape for leaks and little fingers who would like to open it.

A sensory bag made from a zip-lock bag, shaving cream and green food color. Or use yellow and blue coloring so they create green when the bag is squeezed!

Play Create Explore: Color of the Week: Greenj - shaving cream in a bag with food coloring - non messy activity for a toddler

Muffin Pan Fun: Set baby up with a muffin pan or ice tray sorting activity. There are balls in this picture but any set of like objects would work. Outside, you could use pine cones.

Muffin Pan Fun and other toddler activities months old ---> O'Courter: When he was around 9 months old, I gave my son plastic Easter eggs and a mini muffin tin. He had a lot of fun sorting them in the tin.