A huge welcome to Week 26 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! This week I am featuring sensory science projects.
Do you want to avoid your favourite modelled character shrinking or hardening? Plasticine could be the solution to your problem. Recently, we have tried out modelling items using Plasticine. I made a Homer Simpson character while Mr K made a stripy tiger and Ms C made lots of different items using the Plasticine cutter.
Sensory play is a great way to stimulate children’s five senses: touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing. Through these activities, it would naturally help children to learn to play, create, investigate and explore. Cra-Z-Sand is just perfect for the job as it is easier to clean up than the real sand and it is non-toxic.
A huge welcome to Week 13 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! I wish you all an early Happy Easter and have a great break! This week I am featuring sensory ideas.
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Clean mud is also known as Ghost mud which is commonly used for sensory activity. It smells fantastic. How did it get its name? Well, I heard from friend that it originated from prison which I can understand why. In prison, the one things that they allow in their cell are soap, toilet paper and water! They must have been bored with time to kill and invented this clean mud to play in their cells! Clean mud feels like Play Doh but it is very wet and slippery!
A huge welcome to Week 38 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! This week I am featuring snow play! First is Jenny from The Brick Castle who used real snow to create a snow kingdom for her kids to play. If you don’t have any snow, not to worry! Anna from In The Playroom teaches you how to make artificial snow! Mary-kate who regularly blogs at Christianity Cove will explain how to make snowflakes using borax and pipe cleaner.