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Rainbow oats - how to dye oats for sensory play from And Next Comes L

Rainbow Oats {How to Dye Oats for Sensory Play}

Dinosaur dough with pasta & goggly eyes - from Rachel (",)

Dinosaur Invasion

Self service dough area: Salt (1cup/turn), flour (2cups/turns), water, colour, scent and utensils

Self service dough area: Salt (1cup/turn), flour (2cups/turns), water, colour, scent and utensils

4 of the Best Autumn Play Dough Recipes Around! Easy to make with lots of variation! The perfect kids sensory play activity

4 of the Best Autumn Play Dough Recipes Around! Easy to make with lots of variation! The perfect kids sensory play activity

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Candy Canes

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Candy Canes

This Amazing No- Cook Lemon Scented Natural Play Dough is full of positive benefits for you and your kids. The Perfect Natural Sensory Play

No Cook Lemon Scented Natural Play Dough

This Amazing No- Cook Lemon Scented Natural Play Dough is full of positive benefits for you and your kids. The Perfect Natural Sensory Play


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Dinosaur pictures and other shape creations from Rachel (",)

Dinosaurs Return

Dinosaur Painting Tuff Spot | http://adventuresofadam.co.uk/dinosaur-painting-tuff-spot/

Dinosaur Painting Tuff Spot

Make Salt Dough Dinosaur Fossils with your kids - so easy to do and really works well.

Easy Dinosaur Fossils to Make with Kids

Dinosaur swamp ! Sand fairy liquid water and green food colouring ! Ayelet landsman !!!!:

Dinosaur swamp ! Sand fairy liquid water and green food colouring ! Ayelet landsman !!!!:

Hatching Dinosaur eggs.  Fill a balloon with water and a dinosaur, put in the freezer. Colour can be added before freezing. Fill a tray with gel crystals and soak over night. Peel the balloon off and put the ice balls in with the crystals. Using small hammers and paint brushed to hatch the dinosaurs from their eggs.

Hatching Dinosaur eggs. Fill a balloon with water and a dinosaur, put in the freezer. Colour can be added before freezing. Fill a tray with gel crystals and soak over night. Peel the balloon off and put the ice balls in with the crystals. Using small hammers and paint brushed to hatch the dinosaurs from their eggs.

Comparing ourselves to dinosaurs.  A simple dinosaur footprint measuring activity for EYFS and Year 1.

Comparing ourselves to dinosaurs. A simple dinosaur footprint measuring activity for EYFS and Year 1.

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