The Spring Sensory Series is a series of spring sensory activities, crafts and ideas you can do with your kids.
I encourage you to follow us all spring and visit this Sensory Spring landing page to get the latest sensory fun for your kiddos. Every week there will be a NEW sensory activity. Be sure to bookmark or Pin this Post to find it easily!
Why host a series of sensory activities you can do all spring? Because after the long winter, it’s time to wake up those senses to new experiences! Whether you use this series to help build your child’s sensory system or to help fulfill your child’s sensory diet due to Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism, you’ll find fun and easy sensory activities you can easily do at home.
Spring Sensory Activities
Sensory bins shouldn’t have to be complicated! You can make easy DIY colored salt in just minutes and then you have amazing materials for lots of sensory play.
Preschool painting doesn’t have to get boring! Try painting with a twist and replace those paintbrushes with flowers.
Making a rainbow salt sensory bin is really quite easy and perfect for the Springtime.
One of our personal favorite Spring activities, that actually began as a way to help the earth, is having atactile outside sensory activity with worms.
Who doesn’t love gardening with kids? Gardening is such a natural way to get sensory input and learn about the world around us.
DIY Spring Sensory Bottles are easy to make but allow for loads of sensory input.
After being cooped up inside all winter long, your brain may have been hibernating as well and you’ve forgotten all of the easy ways you can get the family outside. Get outside with easy outdoor family activities!
Let’s continue the fun with these wonderfully dirty, mud sensory activities.
As a child, I remember making mud pies in the backyard. What is it about mud sensory play and getting up to your elbows in messy fun?
Spring is in the air and I’m in the mood for a little Spring Sensory Play! Sensory play is always in season in our house.
As a mom of two kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, I’m offering some of the possible reasons your child may seem to be regressing or having a hard time with spring sensory issues.
This post is part of a new sensory series hosted by The Jenny Evolution in partnership with The Sensory Spectrum. After this spring series is complete, watch for more creative sensory series from fabulous bloggers on The Jenny Evolution, including our Fall Sensory and Summer Sensory Series!