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7 Great sensory play items

Sensory play is a great way for babies and even toddlers to learn.Have fun and try out some of these objects and ideas in you'r next sensory play!

1.Pasta (It's cheap and edible!)You can cook and dye it many colors, let your little move it from place to place and even do a hide and seek- here is one idea-

2. Shaving cream!! This one is again cheap and there are so many things you can do with it. like-
Mix it with paint and use it like puff paint
expermints like this one-
Put it in a zip lock bag as a clean sensory play
add it to a sensory table-
use it with water beads
and even make summer snow balls-

3.Jello- Can make jello play dough, can make jello and add some toys(messy but fun)


5.Water beads(water gems)

rice with kool aid -
rice and toys(sensory table)-
rice and abc's-(abc finding game)

fun scented salt-
in a sensory plate-


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