How to make your own sensory materials and this week’s Frugal Family Linky.
There is no need to spend a fortune on materials for your children’s sensory based activities. It is so easy to make your own and you might already most of what you need in your store cupboards at home.
We make our own moon sand and play dough on a regular basis and we go through lots and lots of cheap supermarket shaving foam!
Last week’s linky shared lots of fun frugal ideas for sensory based activities
Make your own Sensory Spray Chalk from Letters in the Sand
This ocean-themed playdough activity looks so inviting from Study at Home Mama
Lots of fun ideas for different ways to use beans in sensory bins from Tiny Tots Adventures
Explore painting on different textures with this activity from The Fairy and the Frog
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