You will need;
- Food Processor
- Blend crackers in the food processor
- Smash any chunks of crackers that do not get blended
- Add to a tray with trucks, shovels, buckets, and other sand toys
A tub of these wriggly worms makes for great fine motor skills practice, and the sensory experience is unlike any other! Pull a worm to see how much it stretches. Chop it up with a toy knife. Use tongs to try to pick it up. Pull individual strands out and lay on a piece of paper to make interesting shapes – leave these overnight to dry and he’ll enjoy snapping them too.
You will need:
- 500g spaghetti
- Sealable freezer bags
- Different coloured food colouring
- Cook the spaghetti according to the instructions on the packet. Drain into a colander and rinse under cold running water until cool.
- Divide the spaghetti into as many freezer bags as you want colours.
- Add a few drops of a different coloured food colouring into each bag – a little goes a long way. Seal each bag and move the spaghetti around inside: your toddler will enjoy helping you do this.
- Leave for 10 minutes to absorb the colour, then tip all the spaghetti into a large tub.
Rainbow Bread crumbs
You Will Need;
Food colouring (of your choice)
How to Make Rainbow Crumbs
- Lightly toast your bread
- Blend 1/6 of your bread in the food processor
- Add 2-3 drops of food coloring to roughly two tablespoons of milk (do this for each color)
- Add the colored milk to the bread crumbs and blend
- Lightly toast the bread crumbs or let air dry in an open bag
- Rinse the food processor and repeat for the next color
And, let the kids dive in!!