4th of July is right around the corner! If you want low-key, Sensory-Friendly 4th of July crafts to spend your time over the holiday weekend, we’ve put together a few of our favorite activities for you.
This activity is quick to throw together and taste safe! You’ll just need: whipped cream and food coloring. You can also throw in some popsicle sticks and spatulas to help with mixing if you’d like.
Taste Safe Sensory Bin!
A great way to get picky eaters to taste a new food is to let them play with it! Check out this fun patriotic themed sensory activity with items you can use from your cookout.
Red and Blue Jello Sensory Bin!
Be ready to get sticky- and have lots of fun! This sensory bin is great for all ages and easy to put in any container, tray or water table you have available.
Frozen Fizzy Stars!
These frozen fizzy stars are a neat way to let little hands stay cool while exploring the science of reactions between baking soda and vinegar.
We hope you enjoy these Sensory-Friendly 4th of July crafts!
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