Category Archives: Malleable and sensory play

Early threading skills

early threading skills

I have a fabulous stash of beads from when I was younger, and Annabelle has been having fun sorting and threading with them. I picked up a blue multi-section tray in the end of summer sale at Sainsbury’s as they …

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More messy malleable fun!

cornflour cornstarch play

Cornflour is one of those activities that has been on the ‘list’ for ages, but we never seem to get round to it! After Annabelle had such a great time with the shaving foam and gel bags, I decided we …

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Sensory mark-making fun

We have been having fun squashing, squeezing, squidging, and maybe even a little bit of writing! This post was re-posted on Play at home Mom recently, and I loved the look of their ‘squishy bags’ so we made our own …

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Sensory sand finger paint

What on earth did we do before Pinterest was invented? I could happily spend hours trawling through all the gorgeous ideas for children’s activities, arts and crafts, and organisational ideas. Anyway, one day, this post by The Artful Parent popped …

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At last! We have been waiting for the weather to be just right for ages so we could get the sand out! I wanted a good stretch of decent weather so we could leave the sand out for a while, …

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