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Pond Sensory Bin
from In Our Pond
Sensory Name Recognition Bags
Glow in the Dark Crunchy Slime
from The Soccer Mom Blog
3 Ingredient Soft Playdough
This amazingly soft playdough recipe can be made in any color for hours of sensory and molding fun.
Check out the original post here for exact instructions.
Salt Tray with Rocks
Set up a Salt Tray with Rocks! Younger children can use it for sensory play and as a way to explore making designs, imprints, and even marble runs, while older children can practice writing letters and spelling words.
Sandbox with Sifters
from My Bored Toddler
Sometimes we forget all about the simple sensory activities that have been around for ages, like this Sandbox with sifters!
Check out the original post here for exact instructions and play ideas!