Investigating the contents of the tupperware drawer. For an added sensory experience E chose to explore with socks on her hands.

Investigating the contents of the tupperware drawer. For an added sensory experience E chose to explore with socks on her hands.

 

typing like Mommy & Daddy

Typing like Mommy and Daddy

Enjoying a book on the couch

‘Reading’ books

Autumn 2013

How do you learn to climb stairs in a 2-bedroom flat? By building a climbing frame out of bread crates, cardboard and a stair gate, of course! This turned out to be even better than stairs because she could climb up and down independently AND safely.

Painting (all about the process and exploration of materials)

Painting (all about the process and exploration of materials). Easel made from a cardboard box.

 

How big am I? Can I fit into this basket?

How big am I? Can I fit into this basket?

 

Drawing. Check out this post for a great marker holder.

Drawing…using Crayola Pip Squeaks from her marker holder. Same cardboard easel as above.

 

Play dough. Of course.

Play dough. Of course.

 

Gloop (cornflour and water) sensory play.

Gloop (cornflour and water) sensory play

 

Sensory play with dried peas.

Sensory play with dried peas

 

A hidden corner is a great place to collect toys. Adding a mirror only makes it more enticing.

A hidden corner is a great place to collect toys. Adding a mirror only makes it more enticing.

 

Hats and gloves make for exciting play clothes.

Hats and gloves make for exciting play clothes.

 

A cosy place to catch up with all her family far away.

A cosy house to catch up with far away family.