I ran across this Easter Bunny House Kit for a few dollars while I was grocery shopping. I thought it was super cute, I had never even thought about making something similar to a gingerbread house for other holidays. It opens up a whole new door. Halloween candy house? I think so! Although Easter is already over I thought we could still be
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I bought these gingerbread men and snowman foam shapes from the dollar store.I have been trying to think of the many different way you can use these foam shapes to try and stretch the dollar. I will be bringing you several activities involving these foam shapes, so make sure to check back this month.
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This homemade play dough is recipe quick, easy, and edible. You won’t have to worry about your little one putting it in their mouth, although I am not sure how good it would taste! The texture of this is different than normal play dough which will make for a nice change.
For This Activity You need -1/2 cup flour -1/2 cup water -1 cup oats
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This a fun indoor sensory activity. This is a twist on the Spaghetti Sensory Play activity we did last month. I was really worried that this was going to be super messy but it actually was not bad at all. I think the oil made the spaghetti soak up the food coloring and it did not stain or bleed
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This activity has so much potential. It could be a simple sensory activity like I did with Isabella or you can make it more elaborate. I boiled some spaghetti and put it in two different bowls and gave her a potato masher and a spaghetti spatula and let her go at it.
Provides opportunity to explore using senses Develops fine motor skills by squishing, grabbing, mashing etc Helps teach properties of objects Provides opportunity to teach descriptive
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