Summer Sensory Bin for Toddlers and Preschoolers — Ice Cube Play

  I don’t know where you live, but over here it is HOT HOT HOT!  Our house is very old and does not have central air, so we’re making do with window air conditioners and ice cubes over here. We all go a little stir crazy if we don’t get outside in the afternoon, so […]

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Activities for Toddlers — Sponge Water Transfer

I don’t know about your kids, but mine LOVE water play.  We spent a lot of time playing in water sensory bins outside this summer, and one of the household objects I put in it was a dish sponge.  It was by far L’s favorite object to play with in the water bin, but I couldn’t […]

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Ice Cube Sensory Bottles for Infants and Toddlers

It was a hot one the other day, and I wanted to do something new to keep cool outside.  I just so happened to have a couple of empty gelato containers… so I put together these easy ice cube sensory bottles. I filled the bottles all the way to the top with ice,  then added […]

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Summer Activities for Kids — Ice Cube Excavation

I’ve seen this idea on Pinterest for years, and I’m not sure why it took me so long to try it at home!  It’s been alternating between way too hot to go outside and thunderstorming over here, so I decided it was time to do this ice cube excavation activity to mix things up a […]

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