Crafting is not only a great way to entertain kids, but crafts also help children develop their fine motor skills as well. When a child is working to do two things at once – such as holding a paper and cutting it or using tweezers to pick up objects – they are working on problem-solving skills as well as those important motor skills. In addition, exposing children to various situations that involve multiple senses help them to learn as well. We’re giving a fun fall twist to some of our favorite sensory crafts to get little fingers working!
This fun craft lets your kids bring bubble blowing inside the house!
This is a great sensory crafts that allows for playing over and over again! Great for letting little hands get “messy” and also sensory stimulation. This works great with a dish tub, or even a short storage bin with a lid to store in between playtime.
This is a perfect project for sunny days! Grab some colorful construction paper (darker colors work best) and any toy or object with a well-defined shape; leaves, toy dinosaurs, dolls, etc.
Lay the paper flat in an area where it will get sun for 3-5 hours. Lay your objects on the paper and let them sit. After several hours in the sun, the darker “shadow” of the object will be left on the sun bleached paper! Create scenes on the paper or patterns too.
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