Diy light box

Took me about 10 minutes to throw this together for the kiddos! You’ll need: Storage container with a clear lid or bottom aluminum foil Tissue paper Tape Clear or white Christmas lights So I went down to my basement and found a storage container that had little in it or things that could be easily…

Water play

  Some days I just need something easy! Something to occupy the multiple teethers I have in my house! This worked like a charm! Caliger played for 45 minutes and D played for 1 1/2 hours! If I wasnt so busy documenting this sensory project I probably could have opened the dishwasher without a crazy…

Wine bottle candle holders

If you are looking for a quick way to update your kitchen table or mantle this is fun! You will need: Used empty wine bottles Spray paint Acrylic paint Sponge roller Stencils Burlap or fabric First I filled the sink with soapy water and soaked the wine bottles for awhile. I used a scrub pad…

Colored dried oatmeal

This has to be my most favorite sensory project that we’ve explored so far! It was very easy to color the oats and although the kids threw them everywhere they were not sticky and easy to clean up. The texture is also really awesome. I couldn’t help but play in them myself! I used the…

Homemade water color paint

  This was incredibly easy! I know how much I like simple and I strive to find recipes that are just that for my audience! Well, I’ve found it and here it is enjoy. Ingredients: 4 tbs baking soda 2 tbs white Vinegar 1/2 tsp light corn syrup 2 tbs cornstarch food coloring Wilton 601-5580…

Magnet board and games 

This idea was posted in a mom group I am apart of and I went with it! That night I went to my local Walmart and purchased this drip pan in the automotive section for $12!! I purchased some awesome Melissa and Doug magnets on amazon. I patiently awaited the arrival (who am I kidding…