April 4, 2020

Sensory Play for Preschoolers

Sensory Alphabet Play for Preschoolers

Today we have we have a new Great Idea of the Day from Acvtivelittles.com. This simple sensory alphabet play for preschoolers is a project that can be easily made at home and combines letter and alphabet practice and recognition with sensory play. What a brilliant way to activate your little one's mind while making it a tactile fun experience. It also lends its for drawing pictures, which can be pair with letter making. Take for example the letter D. D is for dog. First write out the letter and then draw out a dog face. Check the full post below to get all the details.

Sensory Play for Preschoolers

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Sensory Alphabet Play for Preschoolers
Summary

Activity:


Easy Sprinkle Sensory Bag

Best for Ages:


+4

Materials:


Mainly Home Supplies but may require some purchases

Summary:


The benefits of ​Sensory Alphabet Play for Preschoolers
Sensory bags are all the rage in our home! From sensory bottles, sensory bags to sensory bins, they are all so much fun! This one is particularly very easy to make, very colorful and great for practicing letters and numbers to help kids learn.

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