Ages: 18 Months +
This birthday play dough kit is so much fun! Assemble it once, and then use the loose parts to make cupcakes time and time again!
This taste-safe recipe is a fun sensory play activity for young kids. Learn how to make mud for play using 3 simple ingredients!
Making play dough with our simple recipe is so easy and fast! Take it one step further by transforming it into beautiful rainbow swirls!
This fall sensory bin includes a taste safe foam that even babies and toddlers can enjoy! Read on for the easy how-to recipe!
This sensory sand recipe is made with just a few taste-safe ingredients including stale cereal! It’s moldable and crumbly, but not sticky!
This Feed the Baby activity is a fun and silly way for the kids to strengthen their hand and eye coordination and fine motor skills!
Where sensory and imaginative play collide! This insect preschool activity is a fun way to get hands on while learning all about bugs!
Teaching colors to toddlers has never been more fun with this color matching worksheet that makes ordinary cotton pads turn vibrant!
Explore the deep blue sea and all of its creatures with this fun ocean activity play dough kit. Includes all the details on kit items!
This simple slime recipe looks just like an egg! Not only is it taste-safe, but it also makes for a fun egg-making pretend play set up!
Colorful popsicles are so easy to make! Follow my simple hack for creating perfectly layered popsicles and you’ll be making them in no time!
This ocean sensory bin is not only a fun way to spark imaginative play with sand and sea creatures, but it’s also so simple to set up!
This fireworks inspired activity is great for teaching toddlers colors. Perfect for Independence Day and New Year’s Eve celebrations!
With just a handful of simple ingredients, this easy to make play dough recipe is a fast, no-cook way to make the ultimate sensory base!
This dinosaur kids craft is super easy to create and makes a great handprint keepsake! Read on for tips for making the perfect handprints!
Make a car wash water activity for toddlers using a milk jug, plastic cups, and garden hose for a lasting, engaging fun time!
This vibrant color matching game using cotton swabs is a fun way to learn the colors of the rainbow while strengthening fine motor skills!
Oobleck experiments are so easy to set up and are such a great sensory experience! Here’s everything you need to know about it!
Are you on the hunt for an easy activity for toddlers? This activity is all about color recognition and strengthening fine motor skills!
What are fine motor skills? In this article you will find out why they are essential and ways we can help strengthen them in young kids!
This hand-eye coordination game is so much fun for toddlers! They will love cracking some leftover eggshells to help the chick hatch!
This fine motor activity for toddlers is a fun way to strengthen pincer grasp, hand eye coordination, and more! Plus, get the free printable!
Filling up a recycled bottle with pasta is great for fine motor skills development! Bonus points for adding a color recognition game!
This mix the leaf activity is a fun way to answer the question: blue and yellow make what color? Plus, it’s mess free!
This toddler activity is a great way to strengthen fine motor skills and learn about cause & effect. Plus, it’s a crash course in digestion!
This mix the heart activity is a fun way to answer the question: red and white make what color? Plus, it is a mess free!
Use this recipe to make taste-safe foam for young kids. It is a perfect sensory base for little ones who put everything in their mouth!
This is how to make a really easy toddler craft. It helps them improve their fine motor skills, and it’s mess-free!
This color mixing activity is where gross motor, sensory, and science collide to discover how primary colors mix to form secondary colors!
This budget-friendly color matching game is a great way for toddlers to learn colors and spark imaginative play!
This pasta activity uses rainbow spaghetti to strengthen toddler fine motor skills. Bonus points for being taste-safe!
Make this DIY race track out of your leftover toilet paper rolls! It’s so easy and they love playing with it for hours.
Your child will love this color mixing orange activity with yellow and red paint. Even better – there’s no mess!
This pom pom drop with a twist is perfect for twisting and dropping to help your toddler develop fine motor skills and color recognition.