These fun sensory activities are perfect for stimulating young minds and giving your child an early start on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
Do you have a little one who loves to get their hands dirty? If so, here is a fun opportunity to experiment with baking soda and vinegar to make a huge fizzy mess! Watch for the reaction between the acid (vinegar) and base (baking soda) that produces the giant cloud of fizz and foam.
Get creative, get messy, and have fun with homemade body paint!
This is so very simple to set up, but sparks hours of imaginative play. It’s amazing what a little color change to water does! Perfect for a summer day.
Sensory fun activities are a favorite in our home. It’s great seeing little hands explore, learn, and discover all while relaxing their body and mind and thinking this is the most fun they’ve ever had!
Are you constantly in search of fun and edible sensory activities? Why not try something fun, colorful, and yummy with this Fruit Loop sensory bin?!
What we have here is an archeological dig site for dinosaurs — or simply a dinosaur dig sensory bin!