Sensory Play Without the Mess

By February 9, 2016Parkland Players

Sensory play is a great way for children to develop sensory skills and use their hands to explore new environments, or objects. A lot of the time sensory activities can be quite messy, involving foam or rice or mixes of ingredients. Some children and some parents don’t like the mess, so here are some options for less messy sensory play that can still be beneficial for childhood development.

  • Discovery Basket
  • Mystery Sensory Balloon Game
  • Sandpaper Art
  • Mess Free Golf Ball Painting
  • Clothes Peg Painting
  • Bath Tub Sensory Play
  • And more!

If any of the above titles interest you, check out the link (source): for more details on how to execute these activities: http://www.baby.co.uk/life_and_home/20150421mess-free-sensory-play-for-babies-and-toddlers/

 

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