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5 Sensory Crafts For Toddlers

5 Sensory Crafts For Toddlers

Any time I can find new ways to entertain my three year old, I’m thrilled. I came across a fantastic blog the other day that has tons of original DIY projects for the little tikes. Enjoy watching your kiddos as they dig their sweet little hands into a gooey, sticky, and doughy mess.


  • DIY Ice Cream Fun Dough 1 of 5
    DIY Ice Cream Fun Dough
    Your kids will completely flip out with this fun ice cream craft. I can't wait to whip up a batch for my crew. The sprinkles are made from beads and the dough is a simple cornstarch recipe. This sensory craft will surely melt hours of play away!

    Get the tutorial here.
  • DIY Noodles & Dirt 2 of 5
    DIY Noodles & Dirt
    Do your little guys like to play in the dirt? Try dumping cooked noodles into some potting soil and let the party begin! Contain the messy celebration in a plastic storage bin and clean-up will be a snap.

    Get the tutorial here.
  • DIY Water Transfer Game 3 of 5
    DIY Water Transfer Game
    Stick a spoon in a 2 year-old's hand and let him loose with a couple of containers filled with water for hours of splishy-splashy fun. A bathing suit is optional but highly recommended for this craft.

    Get the tutorial here.
  • DIY Painting with Toddlers 4 of 5
    DIY Painting with Toddlers
    A large piece of paper and some finger paint is all you need for a crazy, fun day! Non-toxic soy paint is the perfect medium for this colorful activity.

    Get the tutorial here.
  • Surprise Your Toddler with Nature 5 of 5
    Surprise Your Toddler with Nature
    Surprise your little one with a few choice picks from the yard. A perfect way to introduce the outdoors into your home on a rainy day!

    Get the tutorial here.

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