Category Archives: Sensory Table

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day so we celebrated this day at our daycare today because it’s Friday. We made all things “green” throughout the week. We colored and glued tissue paper on foam shamrocks, we glued shamrocks, green pasta and … Continue reading

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Easter Rice Table Play

The kids enjoyed filling the plastic eggs with rice and dumping it out. Some even closed them and shook the eggs to make a shaker.

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Giving the babies a bath

Kids always love to care for babies and imitate what adults do. But when I suggested that we give the babies a bath they thought I meant the “real” babies and weren’t to interested in that task. I borrowed some … Continue reading

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Washing the dishes

The kids are always watching me when I wash the dishes. So when I suggested that they wash thier own dishes, they were so excited. The little ones loved all the bubbles and that they could do what “big” people … Continue reading

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Snow play

I have seen this sensory activity on many websites but haven’t had a chance to try it…until today. I put some extra sensitive shaving cream in our sensory table with some toys and the kids loved playing in the “snow”. … Continue reading

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Playing with bubbles

After our messy activity today, I got some bowls out with some soap and water and demonstrated to each child how we wash our hands to get all them all clean. They loved the warm water, swishing their hands, and … Continue reading

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Too cold to go outside…

so we played with the snow inside!! The kids thought it was “cool” to play with snow indoors. I took a spray bottle and coloured the water blue and everyone got a turn changing the snow to blue. Then we … Continue reading

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