Here are some fun and educational sensory activities for your child to do
You will need:
You will need:
Spread salt with a few drops of food colouring on a tray and give your child a utensil to mix.
The salt can also be used for mark making and letter formation.
Don't forget to send us your pictures of your child working at home.
Can your adult help you find these objects?
Take some photos and email them in so they can be uploaded onto the school website! Let your friends see what you've been up to!
These tactile sensory balloons are a great way for sensory avoiders to experience textures without touching them directly.
Ideas for items to fill your texture balloons with:
To make the ice candles. Salvage a couple of yogurt pots (we used a big pot and small mousse pot with lip chopped off). Fill the big one 1\3 with water. Centralise little pot inside big one and weigh down with stones. Children can delicately put loads of flowers and foliage down the sides. Freeze for a few hours. To get the candle holders out, fill the inner pot with warm water and pull out, run warm water over the outer pot and tip ice out gently. Pop a lit tealight on a plate and place the ice around it (holes are in the top and bottom of them). Super easy and really impressive 😁 I'd reccomend using them outside as they will melt and make a lovely puddle
I can't take credit for the idea but do share your pics if you make them x