Hey you guys happy Friday! I am glad you decided to stop by and visit. Take off your shoes and hang out with me for awhile! There are so many things going on in my life but since this is my year of Yes, I've been jumping around trying new things and exploring new and unfamiliar territory. I feel truly blessed.
We are starting up our homeschool sessions on Monday and we use play dough for the little children.
The children use play dough to mold it into shapes, numbers, letters or to help develop fine motor skills. We use play dough not only for play but as tool for learning. Nowadays play dough has come with so not some welcomed ingredients! Over the years I've made my own and it's always been a fun activity to include the whole family on.
Here is the recipe I used.
Hey you guys! Welcome to MP! Today the my 5 yr old and 9 yr old did a sensory bin for my little crew! If you haven't heard of a sensory bin then let me break it down for you. A sensory bin is basically in the simplest meaning: a tactile experience contained in a small area. Our small area is usually a bin. I've been using a bin for years and for all of my children.
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