You can talk with your kids about animal faces and show them books on are four legged friends. Then let your kids get started drawing (head, eyes,
ears, body, details etc.). It's great fun!
Looking in my pantry is always the best way to create some fun sensory play in our house. New textures and smells are so engaging...
They are cold, smooth, and squishy! Your toddler will love to experiment with water beads!
Put together another water bin for your kids! It's Polly pool party time!
Ghost Mud is so easy to make and it's a wonderful sensory activity for
your children. It smells fantastic, and it's delightfully ooey and