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!
Whether you’ve been following me for a little while or a long while, you’ll know that I love all things sensory play! But when it comes to food-based sensory play, well that can be a bit controversial. You see, many early years childcare centres don’t allow food-based play (often for cultural reasons), but I am
There’s no denying the fact that play dough has some serious magical powers, agree? But did you know that it’s not just an amazing sensory experience for our little learners?! Using play dough is an excellent fine motor exercise which will help to strengthen the muscles in your child’s hands. These muscles are so important
I remember when I first laid eyes on the FLISAT table at IKEA, I knew I absolutely needed one for our home! I was so drawn to the idea of adding the TROFAST tubs to turn it into a sensory table. So you can imagine my excitement when IKEA gifted us our very own FLISAT
There’s something magical about theme-based learning! When a child discovers something they want to learn more about, thematic learning allows us as the parents or educators to dive deep on that topic with them, investigating and exploring as we go. When our little boy was younger, he became quite fascinated by construction vehicles. He had