Today I am psyched to have one of my blogging besties, Dyan from And Next Comes L, sharing an awesome roundup of sensory activities that promote sibling bonding! If you haven't checked out her blog, you must. She is the light table queen, a quiet book aficionado, musical activity genius, and a dyed sensory material magician. I'm pretty much in love with her, and I know you will be too! Don't forget to follow And Next Comes L on Facebook, Pinterest, Google +, and Stumble Upon.
I'm so excited to be guest posting on House of Burke for the second time! Blayne and I have been blogging besties for awhile now so, of course, I was delighted to help her out while she gets used to juggling two kids. My boys are five days shy of being exactly 24 months apart (very similar to Blayne's boys), so I recall how crazy busy life with a newborn and a two year old can be!
That's why I have compiled this list of 8 simple and oh-so-colorful sensory activities for babies and toddlers. Each of these sensory activities use only 1-3 materials. PLUS, these are great sensory bin activities for siblings to do together! So when baby Burke 2.0 is ready to engage in some sensory play with his big brother Kingston, this list of sensory activities will be just perfect!
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Rainbow Feather Sensory Bin from House of Burke
Rainbow Chickpeas from And Next Comes L
Rainbow Shaving Cream Dig from House of Burke
Rainbow Oats from And Next Comes L
Soap Foam Color Mixing with Flowers from House of Burke
Rainbow Rice Noodles from And Next Comes L
Planting a Rainbow Sensory Board from House of Burke
Rainbow Shredded Coconut from And Next Comes L