Prep Time: 10 Minutes
These Printable Number Cards are a fun way hands on way for the kids to learn numbers 1-20. Use clothespins for fine motor development too!
This DIY easy coloring sheet is so simple to set up! It is such a creative and relaxing activity, perfect for after school or quiet time!
This food activity for kids is a great way to expose children to fruits and veggies while constructing a real life Mr. Potato Head!
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!
Nature can make the most beautiful masterpieces! Here’s one way to make Rock Art using sticks, stones, and other nature from the backyard!
Painting with a spray bottle is such a fun and vibrant way to create process art while strengthening important 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!