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My children love to explore things! I made this super easy Chia pocket / sensory bag for my 12 month old and my 6 year old totally loved it too! To make the chia sensory bag you will need: 2 tablespoons of chia 2 cups of water a gallon ziplock bag duct tape (optional) Open …

advertisement, continue below My children love to explore things! I made this super easy Chia pocket / sensory bag for my 12 month old .

Create a baby music bin to entertain your little one. Using noise makers and homemade rattles, create an auditory sensory experience for baby.

Create a baby music bin to entertain your little one. Using noise makers and homemade rattles, create an auditory sensory experience for baby.

Sensory Sunday - Edible Paint using baby rice cereal and food colouring. Mix up the rice cereal, add the coloring and paint away! Excellent for sensory play and fine motor development for 6 month, 9 month, 12 month and 1 year old play time!

Edible paint might just be the best idea ever invented! Learn how to make edible paint for your baby with this simple, allergy friendly recipe.

I made this for my son. He started exploring it at 6 months and by 9 months old, he was playing/maneuvering each item on the board. A lot of the supplies were from Home Depot. Pretty good for my first sensory board construction!

I made this for my son. He started exploring it at 6 months and by 9 months old, he was playing/maneuvering each item on the board. A lot of the supplies were from Home Depot. Pretty good for my first sensory board construction!

Dan & Jess: sensory fun: 6-9 months

Before Caleb was born, a friend of mine warned me that little ones get bored spending all their time at home and getting out is just as .

10 Fun Things to do with your 8-10 Month Old Baby | The Train Driver's Wife

{{will do this with my daycare babies sometime soon-ish}}Spider's Web discovery basket. A Super Fun sensory activity which also builds dexterity and problem solving skills. LOVE this idea!

Baby crawl through sensory tunnel.  I love things you can do with a cardboard box.  I had never thought of this.

The Imagination Tree: Baby Play: Cardboard Box Play Tunnel -- love the forest of old tights to crawl through! Kids will love this :-)