Toddler Mania continues in full swing! Today, I am so excited about my guest blogger who is sharing some simple toddler play and I can’t wait to introduce you! Laura from Lalymom is constantly amazing me with her creative fine motor and recycled play. I am so excited to share some of the most awesome taste safe toddler sensory play ideas, gathered and curated by Laura.
TAKE IT AWAY, Laura…
SHARE YOUR AWESOME Taste-Safe Toddler Sensory Play Ideas
Hello there, it’s me Laura from Lalymom! I’m so happy guest post here today since I really admire the work Dayna does over here! The first time I met Dayna she had this brilliant idea to use leftover baby cereal in a play recipe. I thought that was genius, so it is only fitting that I share a collection of 15 Taste-Safe Toddler Sensory Play Ideas!
I did include that awesome play recipe of hers, and although she calls it baby safe, I think it’s great for toddlers too. Plus it makes sense that if you are moving on from baby cereal and have some left over…it PROBABLY means you have a toddler in the house!
NOTE: These will range from ideas that are totally safe and yummy to gobble up, to some that are safe to taste but are not meant to be consumed in large quantities. Please be sure to read through each recipe to know for sure!
Baby Safe Cloud Dough from Lemon Lime Adventures
Jello Art Activity from Lalymom
Cool Whip Sensory Play from Fun-a-Day
Rainbow Sensory Play from Happily Ever Mom
Jelly Bean Play Dough from Craftulate
Spaghetti Sensory Play from Teach Preschool
Taste Safe Rainbow Cloud Dough from Powerful Mothering
Safe Edible Non-Chokable Mini Water Beads from Fun at Home with Kids
Taste Safe Egyptian Desert Sensory Bin from And Next Comes L
Edible Play Sand from Fun-a-Day
Kool-Aid Puffy Paint from Sugar Aunts
Edible Finger Paint from Wildflower Ramblings
Edible Glowing Gelatin Stars from Fun at Home with Kids
Taste Safe Birthday Dough from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Applesauce Sensory Dough from Still Playing School
Okay, how super fun do those all look?! Let us know in the comments which one you would try, or which ones you HAVE tried!!
If you are looking for more toddler inspiration, check out my companion post today for 15 Colorful Toddler Sensory Activities over on my blog as well as these super fun posts!
Thanks Dayna for the chance to guest post today, this was a really fun collection to assemble!!
Laura is a stay at home mom to two sweet redheads. They fuel all sorts of fun over at Lalymom, including DIY Toys, Kids Crafts and her weekly Fine Motor Fridays series. You can catch up with her at Lalymom.com, on Facebook and on Pinterest.
Playing and learning with your toddler doesn’t have to be hard. It can be fun and memorable for both you and your toddler. One way to do that is with this new e-book, Every Parent Can Teach their Toddler! It is all about learning through play, encouraging independence, and providing a great environment for your toddler to naturally learn and thrive. The book is written by a team of teachers, former teacher, therapists, parents and more. It’s a resource you don’t want to miss!
Be sure to get your copy of the book while it’s still at it’s special launch price of $6.99! It is 135 pages full of activities, planning guides, home set-up ideas, printables and more. It is such a fabulous resource for anyone with children that are (or are almost) 10-36 months to help do simple tot-school activities and guide them through their child’s life overall until they reach preschool/homeschool preschool.
NOW IT’S TIME FOR THE HANDS ON PLAY PARTY!
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