Sensory Sink

Today is all about RED, WHITE, and BLUE.  The second post in Sink Play Series brought to you by Little Bins for Little Hands and us FSPDT.  For us, in the USA, we are getting ready to celebrate 4th of July.  Red, white, and blue is the perfect theme

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Second day of Sink Play series with Little Bin and Little Hands. Today is science theme sensory sink play.  I have wanted to make volcanoes with the kids for sometime now.  When brainstorming for what we would do for our science sink volcanoes came to mind.  It would be

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I had a great post written to introduce this new mini series Sensory Sink Play with Little Bins for Little Hands.  I sat down to schedule it and it was gone!!  Luckily I had all the photos still on my hard drive.  Now I sit down to try and

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We love sensory play and this holiday season we have been customizing many of our play activities with a Christmas theme.  So for this week’s 10 things Kids Love, I thought it would be fun to put them all in one spot.  Here are over 10 fun Christmas Sensory Play Recipes for us. I have even added

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This Spring I got a chance to team up with My Nearest and Dearest for Sensory Sink Sunday .  It was a fun filled series offering ideas for sensory play in the sink. Sensory play is always a great learning experience for the kids.  Read more at above link on sensory play.  Sensory play is not only for

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  While working on my Sensory Sink Sunday series with Ann from My Nearest and Dearest, I made a few “sensory sinks” for my toddler.  Since it was not as easy for him to reach the sink as it was for his older brother he could not play as much.  I

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  This is our last week on Sensory Sink Sunday.  The theme this week is a sensory pond.  Make sure to stop by My Nearest and Dearest to see what fun they got into.  I always love seeing Ann’s creativity with the sinks.  I have really enjoyed working with her to bring

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  Since the boys have been having so much fun playing in the sink, I took some of the items from our Easter Sensory Bin and let them play with them in the sink. Using what you already have is always a plus to me.  We also made a

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Arrr matey, do you have a treasure lover in your house? Well we do here. My kids have these fake golden coins I got them at a craft store a few years ago and they love playing with them. It started out they just carried them around in their

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  What is a sensory sink and why create one you ask.  My intro post to the series talks about that here. It’s week 2 of Sensory Sink Sunday.  This week the theme is mud and bugs in the sink.  Both myself and my partner did our own take on this

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  Chicken Noodle Soup {sensory sink}   Ann for My Nearest and Dearest and I  have been brainstorming for several weeks to put together Sensory Sink Sunday.  Today I am thrilled to finally be able to share with you what we came up with for week one.  This weeks

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My son has been really enjoying sensory sink play lately. I have teamed up with another blogging mom (Ann from My Nearest and Dearest) and we are going to be bringing you all Sensory Sink Sundays in March.  We have had a lot of fun with the sinks we have

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    I am so excited to  share with you all that I have teamed up with Ann from My Nearest and Dearest to bring you Sensory Sink Sunday.  Over the next 5 weeks we will share a new theme sensory sink with you each Sunday.  These sensory sink

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