Babies love sensory things and Christmas is a great time to let them explore with all the pretty lights and bright colours that the festive season brings… At 1 year old Ms A loves to post things so with this in mind I decided to make her a Christmas tree sensory box. It was really easy and here’s how i… View Post
Autumn Leaf Art Keepsake
Don’t you just love autumn! All the beautiful colours that seem to explode on the trees and floor. It’s such a perfect time for collecting leaves and getting creative. We decided to make use of all the beautiful colours around so while walking home from school we collected a huge bag of autumnal loot to create a piece of autumn leaf… View Post
Paint Bag Roll Mat
It turns out that Ms A did not enjoy painting when we tried it today so I thought outside the box to come up with an alternative way she could enjoy the paint without getting mucky. And came up with the paint bag roll mat. She thought it was fab!!
Family Tree Peek A Boo Box
Babies love Peek a Boo so I decided to make a family tree peek a boo box for Ms A, 11 months old. She loves opening flaps and discovering what’s behind the. She loves pretty lights and she loves to look at photos of recognisable people. So I mixed all three together and created a sensory family tree for her out… View Post
Baby Sensory Taggy Box
At 11 months old Ms A loves to explore things. She especially likes to pull things out of boxes and containers and she’s ‘as happy as Larry’ sitting and working on emptying a packet of baby wipes. So with this in mind I decided to make her a ‘taggy’ box.
50+ Baby Activities: 0-18 Months
Exploration starts for babies from the second they are born. Try slowly poking your tongue out at your newborn baby and watch how they mimic you. They are born with wonder, curiosity and an eagerness to have their senses tantalised. So here’s our tried and tested ways to get the smallest members of the family involved in a hands on way right… View Post
Baby Sensory Play Mat
At 9 months old, Ms A loves crawling around exploring her surroundings, touching and feeling everything. So we had to make her one of these! She loves her homemade baby sensory play mat and it was really easy to make. Here’s how…