DIY Crunchy Cotton Ball Apples Smash
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DIY Crunchy Cotton Ball Apples Smash

How would your toddler react if you set them up with an activity that meant they needed to destroy something? If you think this concept will bring them joy, please keep reading! DIY Crunchy Cotton Ball Apples are so easy ( and fun) to make and watching your child find so much happiness while learning…

DIY Bottle Top Alphabet Board
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DIY Bottle Top Alphabet Board

We love reusing resources that would otherwise end up contributing to landfills. Bottle tops are a favourite amongst other resources such as cardboard boxes, egg cartons, fruit netting, and toilet tubes. Armed with a bag of bottle tops, we built an interactive play resource that has proven useful combined with a range of activities. We…

DIY Nature Weaving Board for Nature Play
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DIY Nature Weaving Board for Nature Play

We are certainly very privileged to have an abundance of natural resources available within our community. We are surrounded by parks, bushland, and whimsical forests. Inspired by all the natural materials, we created our own DIY Nature Weaving Board for some nature play. DIY Nature Weaving Board Living in a society with marketing having such…

How to Make Chia Seed Oobleck Slime for Sensory Play
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How to Make Chia Seed Oobleck Slime for Sensory Play

Long have we known of and explored the amazing sensory substance that is Oobleck. When wondering how to take glorious oobleck to the next level, the texture of kids chia seed pudding came to mind. Then was born, Chia Seed Oobleck Slime! How to Make Chia Seed Oobleck Slime for Sensory Play Oobleck has been…

Isolation Family Time for Easter
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Isolation Family Time for Easter

This Easter, for many, is a first separated from families and loved ones. This being said, self-isolating does not mean that family traditions need to stop. Rather, they need to evolve. Valuable family time can still be apart of those cherished memories this Easter with these isolation Easter crafts! Isolation Family Time for Easter Covid-19…

Fine Motor Jelly Rescue
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Fine Motor Jelly Rescue

What is your toddlers favourite toy at the moment? Dinosaurs, bugs, cars or zoo animals? Either way, this Fine Motor Jelly Rescue is so versatile, you can combine it with so many of your child’s interests to create an engaging sensory experience! Fine Motor Jelly Rescue It wobbles and wiggles, and jiggles and shimmies. You…

DIY Colour Matching Craft Sticks and Pegs
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DIY Colour Matching Craft Sticks and Pegs

Colour Matching Craft Sticks and Pegs is a fun activity that you can do at home with your toddler. Learning about colours is a lesson that you can start discussing from a very young age. Colours are all around us. Learning to distinguish between them can begin with pointing them out in a book, around…

How to Make Cinnamon and Ginger Scented Play-dough
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How to Make Cinnamon and Ginger Scented Play-dough

Christmas is coming and what better way to start the celebrations than to let the Christmas activities begin! Something that sings Christmas in our household is the smell of spicy cinnamon. This was the inspiration behind our play today. We blended delicious scents to create a fun multi-sensory play experience. Learn how to make cinnamon…

Taste Safe Construction Sensory Play
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Taste Safe Construction Sensory Play

Do you have a fan of trucks and vehicles at your place? This Construction themed small world, sensory play tray, is going to be right up their alley! Are you worried about your toddler eating the ‘dirt’? Fret not- It is completely taste-safe! Taste Safe Construction Sensory Play We have a new development happening at…