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Sponge Art Painting for Valentine’s Day

After a round of cookie cutter painting, George was still going strong and was in the mood to paint, so we moved onto sponge art for Valentine’s Day! So simple to do too! Sponge art is versatile [literally any shape can be made] and its a fun sensory activity that results in a pretty piece of […]

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Sensory Activity with Corn Meal to Explore

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 […]

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Salt Paint for Toddlers: An Icy Winter Scene

Toddlers will love to make an icy painting scene using salt paint! This sensory activity came about after an epic “Craft Fail” of trying to frost my windows with Epsom Salt. I had an entire box of it leftover and wasn’t sure what to do with it. I did find one thing to do with it […]

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Best Toddler Activities from 2012

2012 was a great year for toddler activities it seemed, we’ll see what 2013 brings! Welcome to 2013! This week, over a hundred of kid-related bloggers have joined together to showcase their best work of 2012. Which means the best kids activities, whether they’re crafts, art projects, learning activities, baby ideas or toddler activities! It […]

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Christmas Sparkle Cloud Dough

Cloud dough is awesome! I can’t believe its taken me this long to make it with the boys! If you have not made cloud dough yet, it’s a lot like the texture of brown sugar. Crumbly and loose, but can be compacted together too!   And its simple to make too! To make cloud dough, […]

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Shaving Cream Puffy Paint Ghost & Spider Web

Henry and I found something to do with the shaving cream puffy paint papers that George made! We extended it into ghosts and spider webs to display for Halloween!   Of course, after Henry heard that George got to play in shaving cream, he wanted to play as well. So, again, we got messy. Very, […]

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Halloween Shaving Cream Sensory Activity

A little sensory activity for George while Henry was at school! Simply just shaving cream on a baking sheet. I added food coloring in orange, red and yellow to add some color for Halloween!     George was very hesitant to touch it at first. Until he held out his hand and I squirted the […]

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Happy Birthday Sensory Bin

It was George’s Birthday over the weekend! George turned 2! This Happy Birthday Sensory Bin, that No Twiddle Twaddle is sharing today, would have been a perfect activity during the party, and may just be something we do for the fun of it this week to extend his birthday!     Hi! I’m Bethany from […]

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6 Toddler Sensory Activities on It’s Playtime!

When I think of sensory activities, I can’t help but think of ooey, gooey, slimy stuff to put through your fingers. But there’s more to the senses then just touch. Sight, smell, taste, touch and sound. While most sensory activities I see are usually touch-related, I did find a couple of others as well that […]

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Toddler Sensory Activity: Treasure Box

A quick treasure box made for George with recycled material and real coins. I received a package and absolutely love this crinkle paper stuff so I had to use it and knew George would love feeling it. I threw in some real coins and mixed it up a little bit [most of the coins just […]