Icy “I Spy”

Icy “I Spy”

We’ve done several variations of “I Spy” activities…“I Spy” bottles, “I Spy” mats, and an “I Spy” Magnifying Glass. This fun variation, however, adds a sensory element using ice cubes. Here’s what you’ll need:  ice cube trays, water, food coloring,…

Making Rain

My boys love playing in the bathtub…dumping and filling cups of water. As I was trying to find something in our cabinets to put some leftovers in a couple days ago, an idea came to me of how to create…

Puffy Snowflakes

I’m sure much of the country is sick and tired of SNOW…but we haven’t had any so far, so we decided to make our own snowflakes. When I was teaching first grade, we would make these snowflaks every winter and…

Candy Corn Sensory Tub

Sensory tubs are wonderful because they allow your child to take the lead in the learning process. Dump, fill, strain, dump again, make a shape, count. All of these opportunties we probably couldn’t recreate in a more kid-friendly way! Here’s what you’ll need:  coffee…