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3. Spinach Artichoke Penne | Here's What To Make For Your Next Pasta Night

3. Spinach Artichoke Penne | Here's What To Make For Your Next Pasta Night

Montessori Sensory Play for babies, Sensory play, Montessori, Baby play, Homemade, hands on learning, www.naturalbeachliving.com

Montessori Sensory Play for babies, Sensory play, Montessori, Baby play, Homemade, hands on learning, www.naturalbeachliving.com

How to make flubber borax free! Our flubber recipe is quick and like our traditional slime. Flubber is awesome sensory play. Homemade flubber is easy

How to make flubber borax free! Our flubber recipe is quick and like our traditional slime. Flubber is awesome sensory play. Homemade flubber is easy

Homemade DIY sensory book for babies - simple to make instructions and a lovely gift.

Homemade DIY sensory book for babies - simple to make instructions and a lovely gift.

DIY baby toys:  Slot toy, ribbon puller, popsicle stick push toy, and rolling / shaking toy.

DIY baby toys: Slot toy, ribbon puller, popsicle stick push toy, and rolling / shaking toy.

12 Sensory Bottle Ideas – One for Every Month!

12 Sensory Bottle Ideas – One for Every Month!

Sensory play is vital to early childhood development, create a handful of Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks in under 15 minutes and for less than a few dollars - meaningful toys don't need to expensive!

Sensory play is vital to early childhood development, create a handful of Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks in under 15 minutes and for less than a few dollars - meaningful toys don't need to expensive!

diy sensory toy (it's suggested for 3+ because of possible opening of the bags, but it might be possible to secure the edges better - either way, *with supervision!*)

diy sensory toy (it's suggested for 3+ because of possible opening of the bags, but it might be possible to secure the edges better - either way, *with supervision!*)

Materials needed: *Clear plastic bottle with cap *Lots of wooden toothpicks *Wooden skewers (optional) *Small uncooked grains (quinoa, amara...

Materials needed: *Clear plastic bottle with cap *Lots of wooden toothpicks *Wooden skewers (optional) *Small uncooked grains (quinoa, amara...