Elbirg Sensory Play Blog

  • Count the Spider Legs

    Ready for some preschool fun? This Halloween spider activity is perfect for number recognition and to practice fine motor skills.  Materials neede...
  • Lemon Volcano Color Fun

    Make a colorful lemon volcano with things you probably already have in your kitchen. This is a great way to learn about the colors of the rainbow f...
  • Papercup Sheep Craft

    Making beautiful sheep is a great sensory activity! Practicing fine motor skills by clipping the pegs onto the cup and cutting out the sheep heads....
  • Mosque Ornaments

    The countdown until ramadan has started! And we have made beautiful mosque ornaments made of salt dough.  This recipe makes enough dough for aroun...
  • Tape Resist Painting

    Tape resist paintings are a super fun way to make unique artwork that kids enjoy.  Materials needed:- tape- canvas- paint- paint brush  1. Put ...
  • Easter egg stamping with potatoes

    Are you ready for some simple easter fun? All you need is paper, paints & potatoes. We are on our second month of self isolation, staying home ...
  • DIY Dinosaur Fossils

    Do you have a little one who absolutely loves dinosaurs? Then this activity is for you.   This recipe makes enough dough for around 8 dino fossils....
  • DIY Valentine Cards with Celery Stamps

    Aren't homemade Valentine’s the best? And this one is so much fun. All you need is three things that you may have at home right now anyway.  Mater...
  • Taste Safe Oobleck, Messy Play For Toddlers

    Oobleck is made of ingredients you probably have in your home already: cornstarch or cornflour. Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid. It has properties...
  • Vegetable Stamping for Toddlers

     We have had a lovely afternoon creating beautiful patterns with vegetable stamps. All you need is veggies, paint and paper.   Materials used:non-t...