Christmas is in the air today! We had a lot of fun practicing our skills with some Christmas activities. It is also pecan season here, so we made a sensory box from our recent harvest.
First, we did some scooping, and then moved into sorting.
Next, I pulled out a box that I had wrapped up to look like a present. You can't see it but there is a little hole cut in the middle where we put the nuts "in". For some reason Adeline kept wanting to put her eye right on the hole. She is suppose to wear glasses which are very hard for us to keep on her, so I put them on to see of that would help.
On the other side of the box I cut some slits going different directions to give Adeline a little challenge. I always save my milk caps so we put caps "in". This did make Adeline stop and think a bit.
Later we colored on sandpaper Christmas trees just to give a new sensory experience.