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Toddler Sensory-Play Meetup

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Sensory play is any pastime that stimulates children's senses: touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing. Invigorating the senses supports the development of thinking, language, social-emotional, and physical aptitudes. But, are they learning from sensory play? Oh my goodness, YES. So much more than we could ever imagine:
                        -Life skills
                        -Imagination / dramatic play
                        -Math skills
                        -Fine motor skills
                        -Self-control (a big skill to ask as kids learn to not throw sensory items).

So parents, grab your little one and join my 18 month old daughter, Violet, and myself in a variety of sensory play activities. Together, we will help instruct our little ones in play and help them develop social skills as well. Best of all, you don't need to clean anything up.

WHEN: We will run on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 9:00-9:45am
WHERE: KPort Rec at 20 Recreation Way next to Consolidated School

COST: $3 Drop-in to cover materials and staffing
        PLEASE PRE-REGISTER AHEAD and plan to pay day of

Schedule as follows:

3/12-Sensory Rice Bin-We can’t see the charm of rice in a container, but believe me, our kids can. Remember, these are the same people who can play for ages in a cardboard box. They have impeccable taste. 
3/26-POM POM WATER BIN
- For the kiddos who like to play in the water (Little Violet's favorite activity!)
 


4/9-Paw Patrol Search and Rescue- For those kids who love those adorable pups! “Paw Patrol, Paw Patrol, they’ll be there on the double….” and I know you are singing along because dang if those pups aren’t catchy!
4/23-Clean the Cars- Why is this activity so great?There’s an incredible crave, want, desire that toddlers have to be helpful and to do chores (Little Violet’s favorite is putting silverware away).When a child plays “clean the cars” they are both being helpful and doing a job, so it fulfills all their little needs.


5/14 Hide the Animals-In this sensory bin, our children will be able to interact with the materials and learn in a way no other activity can offer them. They get a opportunity to submerge themselves in learning by doing, by playing, and by trial and error.


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