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Old 09-18-2012, 01:43 PM   #4
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Re: What are some good active indoor sensory toys

oh DD loves the rody horse.. we don't have one, but the playplace does and I'm so tempted to get her one.

sensory things can be easy bins. I took DD's old baby tub and filled it with different sized and colored dried beans. Colored corn or rice is good too. Now the new baby will need the tub, so I'll need to move the beans, but even a rubbermaid tub is cheap.

She had sensory cloth blocks as a baby. We have a zillion touch and feel books.

She mostly like the sensory of playing with household object though

and her mini trampoline
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