Sensory

How to make summer jello ice star treats

It’s summer! Don’t get me wrong, I love summer …but unfortunately our air condition stopped working last night and with 40°C outside our apartment is warming up *phew*. Time for a cold treat! I’ve experimented a little with jello and my new pink silicon ice cube mold today morning and the result is a batch […]

Squeezy play-dough balloons – fiddle, squeeze and stretch

  Inspired by Somewhatsimple’s Wacky Sacks I made a few squeezy play-dough stress balloons for my class today. I have a few kids in my class that find it very difficult to sit and listen attentively. So I’m always looking for fiddle toys that I can use during carpet time. I’m a big fan of […]

Ocean theme jar in pre-school class

I just finished a lovely week full of ocean themed activities in my little SEN pre-school class and thought to share one activity that I’ve used every day in different variations. It is so simple and doesn’t need a lot of resources, but the kids loved it – it is hands on and hands in […]