Sensory exploration is an important part of our children’s early development. It helps them understand the world around them and assists in developing their fine motor skills. Sensory activities can also be very relaxing.
We have giant list of sensory activities listed here. We are covering all five senses; sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste. We’re sure you will find some new ways to play!
You can use these colorful (ans scented!) rainbow beans for all sorts of sensory projects. Just playing with them alone is fun!
This fun glowing sensory bottle is one of our favorite things ever! You’re kids will love having this at bedtime.
Make edible mud to let your kids play and explore the textures of dirt and worms without actually touching the stuff. Perfect for squirmy kids!
Make a very simple sensory bag by breaking down packing peanuts into small bits and putting them in a plastic bag with some hair gel.
Pretend you’re at the beach with this fun seaside sensory tub filled with shells and pebbles and all things ocean.
For babies, let them explore their sense of touch with this super cool miniature water blob. This s easy to make and so much fun.
Here are 10 ways to play with kinetic sand, one of our favorite fun sensory activities.
If you have a child with Sensory Processing Disorder, we have a great resource of 35 sensory aids and ideas.
Here are the rest of the sensory activities. You can even add your own! By linking up, you give other blogs permission to link back to your site and use one photo in a roundup post. Family friendly links only, please.