Textured sensory wall for toddlers

Textured Sensory Wall for Toddlers & Babies on the Move

This sensory wall for toddlers is a wonderful sensory exploration for both young toddlers and older babies that are on the move shared by Erin of Bambini Travels. This is a combination tactile experience and fine motor activity perfect for a child learning to walk or new to walking. Some fun materials to gather for your texture […]

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Toddler Activity: Pots & Pans

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