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 […]

Rainbow Balloon Colour Matching

Rainbow Balloon Colour Matching

Today I am sharing an easy activity for teaching colours and building fine motor skills. Matching games are an easy way to help kids learn colour words. I put together this quick rainbow balloon colour matching activity as a fun way for preschoolers to learn their colours. I love that it is compact and obvious […]

Homemade Silly Putty

Homemade Silly Putty

We have wanted to make homemade silly putty since forever! We finally found our silly putty happy place by using some locally purchased Australian products and discovered how fun experimenting can be. There was plenty of learning about why our previous silly putty attempts may have failed, what makes silly putty work and what ingredient […]