A simple sensory activity that all kids will enjoy. Corn meal is a wonderful sensory material for kids to explore!
Keeping George busy and entertained while Henry is at school each morning has become interesting. It’s amazing to see how much he has grown just in the last couple of months intellectually.
Even still, sensory play is a hit. I think it is for all ages (Henry still loves it at age 4).
Digging around my pantry the other day, I came across a tub of corn meal that I’ll never use. So I set it out on a pizza pan for George to explore.
What did we include in our corn meal sensory activity?
Along with the tub of cornmeal, I set out some old medicine cups, plastic forks and measuring spoons.
George spent the morning exploring this indoor ‘sandbox’.
He scooped and poured, transferring corn meal from one container to another, over and over.
He eventually saw the marks he made on the pan with his fingers and made tracks.
George got up from the table a couple of times to go find his own additions.
Of course, he had to bring a digger and loader in. What scoops and pours better than that?
My boys mostly just like to scoop and pour with sensory materials such as corn meal. I’m curious how I can encourage other types of play, such as writing and mark making, in these types of materials. Any suggestions for me?
What sensory materials are your child’s favorite to explore?
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