Nature Inspired Sensory Bottles can be used for safe no mess safe sensory play, a teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help children (and adults) calm down and unwind. They are also the perfect way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate natural it
pine needle discovery bottles - Make with the kids at preschool. Add water, pine needles, and glitter to a water bottle and hot glue cap on top. Use different evergreen, so the kids can see the difference. Kind of a 'I Spy' theme
DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one, but wouldn't they be GREAT in speech therapy? Close your eyes, touch, now describe how it feels. Use your best vocabulary words for d (Diy Baby Toys)
A rainbow sensory bottle that is beautiful to look at and fun to enjoy. This bottle was inspired by the separation that occurs when you mix water and oil. I found myself wondering, “well, wha… - Tap the link to see more awesome stuff! Off with code "Dri
Teach Them To Fly: Saying words that begin with W is a lot like making wind with your mouth. Students practice "w" sounds while being the wind, teacher photographs, students add leaves to complete "W is for Wind" project.
Balloon Powered Lego Car - There will be hours of fun when the kids make their own balloon powered LEGO Car! It’s such a simple idea but works a treat and it’s a great holiday project. Balloon Powered LEGO Car Tutorial via ‘The Crafty Mummy’