Using play dough, coloured rice and paper plates, this super simple doughnut themed sensory play set up is so much fun! Toddlers can go crazy decorating their own doughnuts while learning so much more about role playing, fosters imagination and creative play.
Continuing on from our orange colour play, this week we focused on the colour yellow! So for this week, I went around the house and gathered anything I could find that was yellow - plates, cutlery, play dough, hair ties, rice, popcorn, toys and even fruits! I wanted to make sure I had a variety of everyday objects that Miss A has seen, so she could better associate the colour yellow.
What's the first thing you think of when it comes to Halloween? For me, it's the Jack o Lantern. But since pumpkin carving isn't something we've ever done, the next best thing I could think of was - decorate your own pumpkin play doughs! 😂 A fun and easy play dough invitation to get little ones excited about this spooky holiday.
Children can identify colours better by learning about one specific colour at a time. This method allows them to understand what it is they are learning before another colour term is thrown at them. Read on to find out how we teach our toddler colours.