Sensory play activities are some of our favorites.
With little man’s sensory issues always causing us a few struggles, we’re always on the lookout for fun new sensory play ideas to help ease him into different textures.
One place that I can always count on to give me plenty of ideas is Mom’s Library. There are some amazing activities linked up there each and every week and last week was no different.
Now, not only do we have a few new ideas for sensory play, but they’ll get us into the Christmas spirit as well!
Welcome to Mom’s Library!
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This week’s features!
Christmas Sensory Bottle from Teaching Mama
Frozen Winter Sensory Bin from Learning to Walk
Christmas Light Sensory Bin from 3 Dinosaurs
Sensory Snowman Art from Mini Monets and Mommies
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Ready for this week’s giveaway?
Do you have some toddler friendly apps on your iPad that your child loves to play but you’re skeptical about letting them play with such a fragile item? Then the Gripcase would be perfect for you and this week, we’re giving one away!
DON’T FORGET! You’ve only got a few days left to enter the grand prize giveaway so stop by and grab your entries!
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