I am such a fan of simple play that ignites the senses! One of my favourite ways to do this is through small world trays! They are SO incredibly easy to set up using things you probably already have in your cupboard so they needn’t be expensive either! Today I’d like to share some tips with you on how to get started with small world play!
With Christmas fast approaching, today we decided to make some Christmas sensory bottles! They’re super easy to make with items you probably already have around the house! I made three super easy bottles for my 1.5 year old which would be perfect for babies and toddlers alike!
Here is a super easy idea for setting up a sensory tub for babies that your little learners are sure to love! I just love easy ideas for play and this one is certainly one if the easiest I know!
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!
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!
Shopping for classroom furniture and decor can be SO expensive. But it doesn’t have to be when you can get a little crafty yourself! Today I am sharing my Kmart Train Table Hack which will turn your bland table into a multi-purpose piece of furniture for learning and play!