15 Christmas Sensory Activities for Kids

Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day MumGrowing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  
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There were lots of great sensory activities with a Christmas theme shared on Tuesday Tots last week: everything from red and green sensory bins, to hands-on science, to scented play dough, to candy cane art.  Here are some of my favorites that I think kids would LOVE!

sensory activities for kids for Christmas on In Lieu of Preschool

15 Sensory Christmas Activities:
photos in the collage above correspond to the posts below from left to right, top to bottom

1. Cinnamon Sparkle Playdough by Creative Playhouse

2. Christmas Sensory Tub by Teaching Mama

3. Candy Cane Stamping by Adams in the North

4. How to Make Cranberry Playdough by Two of Everything

5. Christmas Play Dough by Mess for Less

6. Christmas Sensory Box by Four Little Piglets

7. Gingerbread Play Dough by 2 Big, 2 Little

8. Sensory Nativity Story Box by The Fairy and the Frog

9. Holiday / Christmas Scented Play Dough by Momma’s Fun World

10. Christmas Peppermint Sensory Bin by Stir the Wonder

11. Science Experiment: Bend Your Candy Cane by Preschool Powol Packets

12. 10 Christmas Science Experiments by Science Sparks

13. Christmas Gloop by Octavia and Vicky

14. Christmas Sensory Bin and Ways to Extend Learning by Fantastic Fun & Learning

15. Christmas Tree Sensory Play by Sugar Aunts

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