Goop is one of Little Miss F.’s favorite sensory play activities. She loves scooping it up in her hands, tasting it, and watching it flow.
I know it has not been long since my first post about goop, but it truly is one of my favorite sensory activities for babies and young children. It is an easy, low prep activity to make using everyday household ingredients--cornstarch and water. And it is no muss clean up too. Just let it dry and sweep up!
For a few months one of Little Miss F's favorite things were scarves. She would giggle with delight feeling the texture of the scarf brush across her face.
Scarves were especially fun before LMF could sit up on her own. She would reach out for them and delight in games of peak-a-boo. Sometimes we’d drape them over her head and let her pull the scarf off herself. This gave her much joy--to suddenly appear before us!
I LOVE squish bags -- they are a fun sensory material for babies, toddlers, and children. And -- they easy to make using everyday materials most of us have around the house.