Your kids get up in the morning and ask “What are we doing today?” and you don’t have a plan or an answer.
You have a classroom with a wide range of students and need something that you can use with all your students or caseload.
You need something that can be made ahead of time and pulled out when you are ready to use it.
You need something that can be stored away in a small space easily and lasts for a long time!
You need some hands-on, sensory-rich activities that are cheap and easy to put together on a small budget.
Be prepared with this fun sensory play recipes that will encourage independent play and develop tons of developmental skills for your kids or students.
The Benefits of Sensory Play
Understanding the importance of sensory play can help you open doors for your child’s development, cognition, and behavior.
Sensory play may be a popular phrase at the moment, but that doesn’t mean that it is just a passing phase.
Sensory play can have many benefits including:
- Encouraging problem-solving
- Increasing brain development
- Providing sensory input
- Better retention of information
- Language development
- Regulation of emotions and behavior
- Improving fine motor skills
- Sparking interest in learning
- Most importantly, it’s FUN!
We know there are tons of sensory play recipes you can search for on Pinterest or Google. But we also know you are BUSY parents, teachers, or therapist and want tried and tested recipes that you can pull out quickly.
That is why we created this sensory play recipe ebook.
You’ll get 25+ mom and therapist tested recipes that have been approved by our kids!
Children ages three to high school age have played with each of these recipes.