Take it away, Devany… Tell us about your Toddler Sensory Play!
When I saw the green and red baked cotton balls in the bag I immediately thought of our apple unit. Our preschooler was so proud to set up this invitation her for toddler brother. While he napped we taped green paper trees to our deck. We used contact paper to hold the “apples” on the trees.
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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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Fall Science Sensory Activities from Little Bins For Little Hands
Shape Hunt at the Playground from P is for Preschooler