Exploring Color Theory with Q-Tip Painting

Q-Tip Painting "Mix It Up" Book Activity

Explore the book Mix It Up hands on with your young child through this simple Q-Tip Painting activity that encourages fine motor development, listening skills, and color theory exploration. Earlier this week we decided to try a new challenge for our family – make it to the library at least once a week. In the … Read more

How to Dye Rainbow Spaghetti for Sensory Play

This is by far the best method I have found on How to Dye Rainbow Spaghetti for sensory play!

Using spaghetti for sensory play is a fun way to create a super easy sensory bins. Whenever we dye spaghetti and use it as a filler in our sensory bins the play is focused on the actual experience over the toys included. It is just that fun! While this method is messy and will stain your hands, it is the easiest way I have discovered on How to Dye Rainbow Spaghetti for Sensory Play.

This is by far the best method I have found on How to Dye Rainbow Spaghetti for sensory play!

While sensory spaghetti is easy and affordable it is also something that kids of all ages can enjoy together. There was a point during this activity that my 8-year-old, 3-year-old, and 9-month-old were all playing together and laughing. It was one of the most beautiful things to witness as a mom.

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How to Make Water Bead Slime

Learning how to make waterbead slime is a super fun science activity! Plus it is a fun sensory bin to play with afterwards!

My kids love sensory play and today they decided to get a tad crazy with their quiet time activity by mixing their two favorite sensory bin materials – Water Beads + Slime. Playing with this slime was so much fun and learning How to Make Water Bead Slime was an adventure in itself!

Learning how to make waterbead slime is a super fun science activity! Plus it is a fun sensory bin to play with afterwards!

This has been the stretchiest slime we have made. How the waterbeads and slime acted together was fascinating!

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