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Quick Craft Post: (Autumn) Sensory Box

| November 9, 2011 | 8 Comments

Just a quick post to share our Sensory Box with you… I have never ever made a sensory box before (not sure why), but have been joining in with the Play Challenge over at The Imagination Tree and Hands On As We Grow. There are so many different play ideas coming from both the blogs, that it is really worth a visit! Today’s challenge was a sensory box… with items from around the house. Read more about the benefits of a sensory box on The Imagination Tree.

What we have plenty of at the moment are conkers, pine cones and sticks.. so without even meaning to, we created an Autumn Sensory box:

sensory box autumn

Conkers (large and small), Pine Cones, Shells (?), Sticks and some colourful feathers. We added some random strawberries that I made ages ago (did I mention that we harvested some strawberries at the weekend? Crazy for November!). Spoons for scooping and pots for putting things in. A lovely journey of discovery – the conkers feel cold, the sticks warm. The feathers tickle one end and a pokey at the other. And Pip Squeak adored finding the conkers with the spoon, scooping them up and putting them in the little pot whilst pretending to count. Lovely.

If you like the idea of exploring the 4 seasons – check out Sun Hat & Wellie Boots’s blog for her wonderful 4 seasons discovery bottles. Fabulous!

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  1. Joy says:

    I am a huge fan of sensory boxes and its great to see what other people are doing to get ideas for my own. Love for you to check out what I am doing with my special needs students at groupbygroup.wordpress.com
    Keep up the good work!

  2. Inma says:

    aahhh, I love it! I have just found you and this is the first blog I read from you … We have a little creche to look after babies/kids whilst their mums are doing some crafty stuff, so I am going to make sure that my nannies prepare a similar sensory box for next week courses. I had a little box with kitchen (not harmful) items, but this one looks great! Thanks for the tip đŸ˜‰

  3. Red Ted Art says:

    Ah how lovely Imma! Glad you landed on this post for your first visit AND that it has inspired you for your baby creche! Lovely!

  4. What a fabulous autumn sensory box!! Autumn is just around the corner here in Australia, so it has given me some great ideas and inspiration for when we create one! Love your blog, so many awesome ideas, I am now following! Thanks! :)

    • Red Ted Art says:

      Oh how lovely! Am so so pleased. I bet you will have some wonderful “Australia” specific extras to add to your box!!

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