Young toddlers and even older babies can make their own sensory bottle to play with. Its all edible so completely safe for young ones to be making it!
You can paint with babies! Painting with baby food is a great way to introduce painting to babies! When George was little, we did a little sensory play with baby food, and he also made tape resist letters with edible finger paint that I made. All very special memories I have of him as a baby… It’s the season […]
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 […]
Louis is mobile now and almost walking, so he’s crawling like a maniac, and stairs are not an obstacle anymore…so its time to have some fun! Creating an obstacle course seems kind of crazy to do with a baby… but it really isn’t! It’s a great way for babies to work on their already building gross […]
As George is getting older, it’s getting more interesting to keep him entertained during activities with Henry. Especially art activities. Because he’s usually stuck in his high chair with nothing to do. To solve this, I included George in the activity this time. I made my own homemade finger paint [its an edible recipe found At […]
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Baby food jars and lids. Simple entertainment for a baby. And it’s something almost every mom has on hand. Henry asked to get these his ‘grain bins’ back out and George can’t stop playing with them. [Henry hasn't been the happiest about that either.] Ignore the numbers on the jars and lids, those were for […]
Awhile back, I posted about a cause and effect activity for some learning baby play, while knocking over block towers. This time, George made some noise! I got out the pots and pans and a few utensils. George set out to explore these new objects. He did hit the pots to hear their noise a little, […]