This "edible" kitchen sensory bin was entirely impromptu. I hadn't planned it in the least. I started out spring cleaning my kitchen while my toddler refused to leave my hip. She eventually agreed to sit on top of the counter where i was neatening up some spices and she managed to mix in some salt … Continue reading Edible Kitchen Sensory Bin
Chicken nuggets from Woolworths with tomato sauce and mustard Sweetcorn with butter Clementines Raisins Pretzels Granola crunch Macadamia nuts Peanuts Crunchy corn And of course a flask of warm rooibos tea with honey
Our butterfly and coffee bean sensory tray was a hit. My toddler used the spoons to pick up the butterflies and drop them into the bowl. Areas of learning: Imagination Spatial orientation Visual perception Depth perception Colour recognition Counting Lots of mixing happening, shouting out the colours, counting the butterflies and imaginative play.