Overnight oats have become a bit of a legend in Slimming World circles, and when I tried them for the first time I could understand why. Layering up and leaving the ingredients overnight allows some of the yoghurt to soak into the oats, and the fruit to infuse with everything without creating the 'soggy' texture of porridge as the oats retain ...
Different textures framed in a sensory garden; I have includes these different framed textures in my sensory board as they incorporate the idea of exploring textures for both the visually impaired as well as whose who are not. The overlapping frames allow
Sensory Play Textures – pebbles, pasta, fabrics, ribbons, pipe cleaner, pine cones, shells, sequins, bubble wrap, netting, foil, cotton wool and felt. This activity will develop much language around different textures and allow children to explore the feel of different objects
Original pinner sez: No link, but I'm guessing, draw flowers with masking fluid, drop wet into wet colours, sprinkle salt, allow to dry, rub off masking fluid. It would work by drawing in the flowers with a fine white crayon I should imagine. Something I'm going to have a go at.