Posts Tagged "sensory"

Courtney’s Goop

Posted on Apr 24, 2012

Mix small amounts of cornstarch and water until you get the desired consistency. Ultimately, you’ll want the goop to solidify when squeezed in your hand, and then melt and get drippy when released from your hand. This “super therapeutic” sensory activity will engross your children. Provide them with scrapers, forks, spoons and cups and see how creative they can be with their goop!

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Connie’s “Five Sense Party”

Posted on Apr 24, 2012

Make popcorn with your child while focusing on the five senses. How do the popcorn kernels feel? What do you hear when it’s popping? Can you watch the popcorn pop? How does the popcorn smell? How does it taste? How is the finished popcorn different than the popcorn kernels? You’ll have a great discussion about the five senses while enjoying a special treat together!

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