If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I absolutely LOVE all things sensory play! It’s one of my favourite types of invitations to prepare for our little learners. Over the years, we’ve created lots of different Christmas sensory tubs and with Christmas fast approaching, we’ve started some festive themed sensory play!
Small world play is one of my favourite types of invitations to set up for my little learners. It provides such a wonderful foundation for developing so many amazing skills all through play. This week I’d like to share some of our favourite Christmas small world set ups from the last few years! We’ve put
Christmas is my most favourite time of the year! It was my favourite as a child but I think it’s even more magical seeing Christmas in the eyes of your children! This week I’d like to share one of my favourite Christmas traditions – our Christmas Advent Calendar! As a child, I have fond memories
With Christmas just around the corner, I decided to put together a Christmas Dramatic Play area for my 2.5 year old and 4.5 year old! I cannot even begin to tell you how much fun we had! The theme for our Christmas Dramatic Play space was Santa’s Workshop! It consisted of seven different playful stations.
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! First I collected some plastic VOSS water bottles