May 28, 2020

5 Sensory Bins you can make with items found in your own home. Sensory Bins are a great activity for toddlers and younger children. It keeps them occupied for long stretches of time, incorporates multiple senses and helps them learn and practice fine motor skills and m...

May 11, 2020

Encouraging sensory play for infants is so important. Luckily, it can also be incredibly inexpensive when you are creative.

All the materials that you need for his activity are a large plastic container, lukewarm water, a towel or sheet (this can be excluded if this act...

April 16, 2020

Meet the shape 

One activity that I'm doing with my 2 years old daughter at home is to meet the shape.

First, we drawn the shapes in a paper, for example a cardboard, after that we mix all the pieces together and finally we try to meet the shape. 

We use everything that w...

April 10, 2020

Nature sensory bottles are a great way to make the exploration of nature more accessible for little ones. This works very well for infants in particular, as they are able to observe the qualities of a natural object without putting it in their mouth!

Sensory bottles are...

March 30, 2020

Here are two great and calming little stories for before bed time. These are ideal for younger children, around the age range of the Toddler Rooms, and are perfect for right before nap or bed time.

March 30, 2020

We enjoy painting in the Fox Room, but sometimes painting with 12 infants can be a bit tricky. We have found a way to be able to get all of them painting at the same time and having fun while doing it. What we do is we take some paper and either keep it as a whole page...

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