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Supplies: Washi Tape, Large Dish Pan, Large Buttons, Cotton Balls, Large Bells, Wooden Circles, Balls, Scoops and Tongs.
This sensory bin was hard for me to come up with. I just could not find any round items to put in it.
Once I moved on to circles & balls, it was much easier.
The hit of this sensory bin is definitely the three balls. All I have been hearing all week is "sock-a ball, base-eh-ball and base-ka-ball".
Reid loves playing with the dot markers. Loves. This week's circle printable was a hit as well.
Flash cards are hit and miss around here. Maybe 5-10 minutes a day are spent playing with them. I usually say what is on the flashcard, hand it to Reid and he either stacks or makes a line out of them.
Reid likes using tongs. So moving the pompoms from hole to hole was quite fun for him.
Again with the glue stick. A hit. Reid filled a couple sheets of paper with these goggly eyes.
When I showed Reid how to dab the foam brushes into the paint and then stamp with them, I said "Dab, dab, dab... Stamp, stamp, stamp." All week when we came back to this activity, it was "dab, dab, dab, stamp, stamp, stamp" coming out of his mouth.
Another simple activity... I set Reid up with this while I was making dinner the one night. Peel & stick.
This was a quick activity for Reid... he lost interest pretty fast.
Supplies: Shape Puzzle
We are definitely in a puzzle phase around here. All day. Every day. I bought this puzzle in a pack of 3 for his Easter Basket this year. But when I saw how easy his other puzzles have been for him, I thought maybe. He took right to it but does need a little help here and there.
I used a couple different printables from Moms Have Questions Too this week. Coloring is always fun.
Play dough! Enough said.
Supplies: Lacing Shapes
This circle came in a pack of different shapes (like last week's heart). These are pretty hit and miss around here.
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