Set up a table or an area for children to practice their writing. Include a range of writing materials and prompts.
Shaving cream is a great base for a wonderful sensory tabletop experience.
Use this easy recipe to make a washable chalk paint mixture that is perfect for painting on pavement.
Ooblek is a slimy mixture which provides a wonderful sensory experience for young children.
Place labels around the home to develop children's understanding that print conveys meaning.
Create non-toxic, edible finger paint using plain yoghurt and food colouring.
It's easy to make and soft for little hands to play with. You can use cookie cutters and rollers, or shape different objects with your hands.
Coloured spaghetti provides a wonderful tactile experience and can be shaped into letters, numbers, words and pictures.
A fantastic, non-toxic resource that can be used in a number of activities.
Use recycled materials to create an environment box filled with tactile experiences for your child to discover!