DIY smelling bottles made from spice containers with a cotton ball and a few drops of cooking extracts or essential oils.

Smelling Sensory Bottles Free Printable Labels

5 senses theme - DIY smelling bottles made from spice containers with a cotton ball and a few drops of cooking extracts or essential oils.

fill gloves with flour, rice, split peas, beans, cotton balls, oatmeal.  Sensory re-edu -   - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Sensory Hands made with latex gloves and filled with different weights and textures such as sand, cotton balls, beans, rice.

scissor skills activity with jello

Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play

Adventures of Adam Toddler water play using teabags

Teabag Sensory Fun

Rhyme Time again and a chance to share a Nursery Rhyme related activity with you. Today's rhyme is I'm A Little Teapot where we had teabag sensory fun.

Noisy Rice Krispies Tuff Spot. Explore the sense of sound by spraying water and paint onto cereal. Adventures of Adam

Noisy Rice Krispies Tuff Spot

Coloured water for pouring & measuring on a reflective sheet in the tuff spot, at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)

Coloured water for pouring & measuring on a reflective sheet in the tuff spot, at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)

Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds: Preschool Art: Painting with Tea Bags

Preschool Art with Tea Bags

Sensory beads in the tray. I need colourful bowls, shot glasses, coloured spoons, funnels. Eric Carle illustrations. (Thanks to #eyfstwitterpals for inspiration)

Sensory beads in the tray. I need colourful bowls, shot glasses, coloured spoons, funnels.

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