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Whether they’re working through a sensory processing disorder or not, kids can't get enough of stuff that stimulates their senses in exciting new ways. Bonus: Experts say messy play sparks creativity, collaboration and cognitive development. So if your default downtime activity is Dora (and honestly, whose isn’t?), consider making a fine mess instead.
If your kid loves diggers, dumpers and excavators, fill a deep tray with uncooked macaroni and let the vehicles—and the good times—roll. Or fill Tupperware with dry pasta for instant maracas.
Slimy, squishy cooked spaghetti takes on amazing vibrancy when dyed with food coloring. Some parents hide plastic sea creatures or smooth sparkly gems inside the slop for a tactile treasure hunt. Others opt for Rainbow Noodles. The possibilities are endless.
We were all about the homemade playdough until we found this stretchier, silkier alternative.
All you need is some glow sticks, glitter glue and the Force.
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