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Sensory Table: Rock Quarry

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

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We are talking about community helpers. So I decided we needed a rock quarry complete with Quarriers (people who work in the quarry) or in our case machines that work in the quarry.
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We talked about different jobs in the quarry.
Here are some names of jobs and positions you might find in a quarry

Stone Cutter
Mason
Quarry Worker
Stone Worker
Quarrying Specialist
Driller
Blaster
Rock Splitter

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The kids enjoyed moving the rocks around the quarry sensory table.
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Materials Needed:
Rocks ( I bought these at Michaels they were just decorative rocks)
Machines that would be used in a Quarry

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Iceberg Sensory Table

Monday, May 19th, 2014

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We made icebergs or Igloos in our sensory table!
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I filled water balloons with water. My freezer takes 48 hours to completely freeze a water balloon. So I only froze these for 24hours. That way I knew there would be a week point and hollow center. I filled the bottom of the bin with some gravel and tore the balloons open. Which also filled the sensory bin with very cold water. Added our little cold weather friends and the kids explored!
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Sensory Table and PVC Pipes

Friday, May 16th, 2014

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While studying bugs we were talking about ants and their tunneling systems they create.
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To give the kids a better understanding of what we were talking about I added PVC pipes to the sensory table with different connectors. I had meant to buy black beans to represent the ants. But used what I had on hand which were black eyed peas.
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The kids had a blast building and creating more “tunnels”
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Real Worms Sensory Table

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

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This table is not for everyone. But My kids loved it. I bought organic dirt and worms!
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The boys especially loved this table there were some girls too who really liked it.
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If this table is not for you, you can always use plastic bugs like the ones below.
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Sensory Table Ideas

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

I am compiling a list of all my Sensory Tables. Pin It, Bookmark it, email it, make sure you have this info somewhere. I will constantly be updating this page. So check back often I am sure there will be something new!

Slime baskets


Sound Sensory Table
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Ice Cups and Water Beads

Funnels, Tubes, and Waterbeads

PVC Pipes in the Sensory Table with Beans: Ants and their Tunnels
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Real Worms in the Sensory Table
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Super Eye Sensory Bin
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Predict, Measure and Pour

Fossil Dig

Chicks, Nests, and Cereal
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Garden Sensory Tub
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Ocean Science Sensory Table

Halloween Sensory Tables

Snakes, Oatmeal, and Cinnamon

Water and Ice Playdate (Several Sensory Table Ideas in this Post)
Coloring Sand with a Spray Bottle in the Sensory Table

Colored Ice Muffin Tins for the Sensory Table

Washing Dishes

Dino- Land and Sand

Boat Making- What Floats?

Aluminum Foil Lined Sensory Table

Gobbeldy Goop, Jelly Stones, And Silly Squares

Giant Bug Sensory Table

Colored Jello

Sensory Table Pond and FUNNEL TRAY
Beach Sand Table

Waterbead and Gel Goop
Gel Goop
 

Frogs, Lizards, and Sand

Magnet Hunt at the Sand Table

Rainbow COOKED Pasta (How to) Sensory Table

Borax Slime Table

Waterbead Pool

Digging for Pirate Treasure

Waterbead Fine Motor Sensory Table

Deep Sea Water Table

PomPom Bakery

Sensory Table Fishing

MOON SAND FOUR DIFFERENT RECIPES

Chemistry in the Sensory Table

Sensory Table Iceberg Melting
Stretchy Slime
 

Waterbeads in the Dark Sensory Table

Waterbeads and Feet

Sink or Float Sensory Table

Faerie Garden Sensory Box

Ramps in the Sand Table

Ocean

Sorting in the Water Table

Chemistry

Sensory Table Fun

Dyeing Pasta and Rice for the Sensory Table Plus Examples of Tables

Bugs and Dirt

Art and Science in the Sensory Bin

Clean Mud


Slimey Squishy Gooey- OOBLECK


Ice and Salt in the Sensory Table
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