Easter Sensory Tub

Easter Sensory Tub

Our Easter sensory tub has been a huge hit with our preschoolers and my bigs! This sensory tub is successful because it encourages kids to explore with their sense of touch, sense of hearing, sense of sight and sense of smell! {what you need…} Easter grass or make your own shredded paper Plastic eggs Essential […]

Sensory Mermaid Lagoon

Sensory Mermaid Lagoon

Today I want to share with you a simple sensory mermaid lagoon provocation.I know how overwhelming it can be to think of new ideas for provocations. That’s why I started Project Provocation: Intentional Invitations to Explore. You can find all of our simple provocations here. {what you need…} {Disclosure: The following are affiliate links. If […]

Hands On Bread Baking for Sensory Processing Kids

Hands On Bread Baking for Sensory Processing Kids

A piercing scream was followed by a solid thud against the lounge room wall. My middle child came running into the kitchen and took cover behind me. His face was a mixture of surprise and cheekiness. My youngest son was hot on his heels. His face was set with anger, tears in his eyes. What […]

Exploring Magnets Using A Sensory Table

Exploring Magnets Using A Sensory Table

Exploring magnets at the sensory table is AWESOME! This provocation encourages independent discovery and exploration in the funnest way you could ever imagine! Magnets fascinate kids and I just knew my Preschoolers would love to play with them at this invitation to play. Here is a video of my preschoolers using this wonderful sensory tub. […]