If you asked my friends and family to tell you something that I’m OBSESSED with, they would 120% tell you that I loooove donuts. So I decided to set up a donut shop in my house ready for some donut dramatic play! Let’s just say that my toddler wasn’t the only one that LOVED this play space!
There are so many different tutorials out there for dying your sensory materials, but today I’m sharing my favourite way to dye beans for sensory play!
Imaginative Role Play is an important part of early childhood development. As children engage in imaginative and dramatic play, they are developing a range of skills including oral language, cooperation and problem solving. Today I’d like to share a really engaging doctor themed imaginative play corner that I set up for my toddler!
There’s something totally mesmerising about a glitter sensory bottle! They make the perfect sensory play material for little learners of all ages and are great for taking time to cool down in the classroom. They are so easy to make with just a few simple materials, most of which you probably already have!
I often get emails from educators and parents who want to start art with their Little Learners…but they aren’t sure where to start or what materials to buy. There are SO many resources out there so today I want to share 10 of my favourite art and craft supplies for the early years!
Today I want to share a super simple play dough activity perfect for developing fine motor skills with toddlers and preschoolers. But first, I want to share a little story about how this activity came about.