Welcome to week 18 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! This week I am featuring tutorials for tactile sensory play activities for little ones, which are all mess free! If you want to read more on why this type of play is important, check out my basic introduction and guide to sensory play.
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Here are three of the great tutorials shared last week which can provide your little one with some non messy tactile sensory play. We all know that exploring the senses is one of the greatest ways that little ones learn, but often when thinking of tactile sensory play the first thing that pops into your mind is sensory bins perfect for lots of messy play. Although I love those too, some days you just need the mess free solution and these three tutorials are ideal for creating an activity that will give your child plenty of sensory input but without the mess.
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- Link up a few of your suitable posts each week. These can be old or new – it doesn’t have to be something from within that week, but something with a “tutorial” aspect and something pinnable. We particularly welcome crafts (kids or grown ups) and recipes but all tutorials are welcome.
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We can’t wait to see all the fantastic and creative tutorials you have to share with us this week!
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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.