Sensory Game Recipes and Activities to Try at Home | Kiddie Academy of Stafford
In the process of children exploring the world through sensory games, they have the opportunity to actively use their senses. This is very important for brain development because it helps to establish neural connections in brain channels. This enables children to complete more complex learning tasks and supports the growth of cognitive abilities, language development, motor skills, social interaction, and problem-solving skills. Sensory games are fun not to be missed. It is one of the core values of Kiddie Academy. Kiddie Academy the Best Daycare Near Me is the best daycare in Stafford, VA
We hope that all our families (including those present and at home) will continue to be able to enjoy the fun Kiddie Academy with their children. The following are some interesting games and sensory activity recipes for families to enjoy at home.
1. Yogurt dough-
What you need: yogurt-vanilla or flavored, cornstarch
Tip: Mix 1 cup of yogurt and 3/4 cup of cornflour. When the mixture is no longer viscous, lift the putty and roll it into small balls to mix the yogurt and cornflour again. If it is too sticky, sprinkle with excess cornflour. If it is too dry, add a little yogurt.
2. Kool-Aid Playdough-
You need 2 cups of flour, 1/4 cup of salt, 1/2 cup of warm water, (1) 3-ounce packets of each Kool-Aid flavor, 1 tablespoon of cream of tartar, 1 tablespoon of cooking oil.
Tip: Put all dry ingredients in a bowl. Pour 1/2 cup of warm water into a bowl and mix. Come on and knead it with your hands.
3. The smell of safe sand-
What you need: oatmeal, whole grain rice, or oatmeal (a yellow food coloring)
Tip: Add a few drops of yellow food coloring and mix. Add trucks, cars, or other materials related to the theme!
4. Safe dynamic sand taste-
What do you need: 1/2 cup flour, 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 tablespoon oil, 1 tablespoon corn syrup
Tip: Mix cornflour and flour together. Add corn syrup and oil, mix well. This must have a similar effect to dynamic sand.
5. Clay modeling-
You need: 1½ cups of cornflour, 1 cup of school glue, 1 tablespoon of baby oil
Tip: Mix all the ingredients together to make air-dried clay
6. Sensory table filler creativity-colored rice, colored pasta, water drops, water and ice, bubbles, cereal, soil, and toys.
7. Sensory walking-place different textures, such as bubble paper, bamboo beach mat, fuzzy blanket, kraft paper, etc. ) Put toys on "paths" and encourage children to crawl through different textures to get toys.