After reaching for and grabbing the bottle, baby girl became curious about the colored hearts inside. The movement of them rolling around kept her attention for quite some time.
We discussed the different colors of the hearts, and she gave verbalization's and smiles to express how she was feeling about the sensory experience.
** * Make sure that the lid is glued on securely! ***
Do not walk away from the child during sensory play. Do not place sensory items in the crib with the child.
Our little guy was excited to do a Valentine’s Day activity!
Half way through, he decided that he wanted to mix the colors together, creating his own color. We reviewed the names of the different colors while he was creating as well.
This was little guy’s first time with lacing using a child-safe threading needle. When introduced to the concept, he was very intrigued and was excited to try himself.
Baby girl is becoming an expert at tummy time and is able to stay on her belly for extended periods of time now. With February 14th fast approaching, we decided to go for a Valentine’s day sensory bag. She was interested in the textures and colors of the bag, rubbing and grabbing with her fingers. She also made vocalizations letting us know how excited she was about the activity.
Create the sensory bag by adding a cup of baby oil to the Ziploc bag. Add in several drops of red food coloring. Add the foam hearts and glitter. Finally, add in a tablespoon of water. Seal with duct tape on all sides.
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