Wow, what a great sensory substance to play with, coffee! Sight, touch, smell, could taste it if you wanted, all from the coffee. We love to play at our house. I saw this quote and liked what it said. “Play is the beginning of knowledge.” ~ Anonymous That’s how
I was inspired to try the jello playdough from the blog momto2poshlildivas. The post made it look like such fun. What better time than now with the playdough pledge( put together by The Imagination Tree, the Nurture Store, and Sun Hats and Wellie Boots) going on than to try
I have one trusty playdough recipe I like to use when making my kids playdough. We have made a few batches over the year. We tried a new recipe at Christmas and were so disappointed. I have been reluctant to try any others. For this playdough I did add some
Goop, why didn’t I think of that. What a fun sensory play material for the kids. Giving them a chance to explore their senses and have fun. We set out to have some goop fun this day.I was inspired by 2 blogs for this idea Two Big and Two Little and Growing A Jeweled Rose. Today I am sharing how
I pinned a recipe for homemade bubbles some time ago and today we just got around to trying it out. Daddy was home so I had a few extra minuets to read the blog and get the stuff together. We also got to enjoy some time with daddy blowing bubbles! The
My son loves Gak or slime but who wouldn’t. Such a fun sensory play material. We have made slime before and it is so simple. I love making our own sensory play materials. Making them is half the fun. Once it is made the possibilities for play are endless.