Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Festive Sensory Tuff Spot


I'm not sure why but I've not really shared activities that I do with Blake that often on here. We have a tuff tray and my aim is for next year to use it a lot more and share with you some ideas. On December 1st I decided that I wanted to put our tree up but than I came up with an idea of a festive sensory tuff spot first. So I delayed putting the tree up and let him explore some Christmas decorations as we have quite a few with different textures etc. 

Here is what I included:
- Tinsel 
- Faux mistletoe
- Different tree decorations in shapes and sizes
- Mini Christmas tree
- Bell tree decoration 
- Felt Christmas tree pen
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8 comments

  1. Such a cute idea! My kiddo is obsessed with tinsel at the moment! x

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  2. I love sensory trays they are fab for inquisitive minds. This Christmas related one is great for their imagination x

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  3. This is such a lovely idea, my two LOVE sensory activities - we're making some santa slime next week! xx

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  4. As I sit here reading your post, my four year old is stacking baubles in to a dumper truck. Yup, it's all cool. I think it's a lovely idea, and bet your little boy thought it was a most fabulous and special thing to do. (I'm Janet Robertson-Peverley on FB)

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  5. What a great idea! Sophie would have loved this when she was younger, as she loved sensory play x

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  6. such a good idea. I love igniting childrens imaginations and also love those boxes where you feel things and let them try and guess what it is.

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  7. Such a lovely idea. My children love making a house like this for Christmas :)

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  8. Sensory trays are brilliant. We do something similar for my foster sister who has Williams Syndrome and it helps her with her sensory issues.

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