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  1. Donna Douglas says:

    I think these sensory activities are adorable.
    I do have a question, I work in a preschool classroom, and the toothpicks are a concern for me. What could I use in place of them? Thanks!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I would suggest using straws that have been cut to smaller pieces.

  2. Nicola Carswell says:

    I work in a childcare centre and love the ideas that are on this page have used many.
    Thank you so much.

  3. An even more edible (and tasty) finger paint is to thin vanilla pudding (just add a little extra milk so it doesn’t thicken as much) and simply add food coloring. Not as much makes it on the paper, but hey! You’ve covered art and snack time simultaneously!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yum! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Mitch Syquia says:

    Thank you for your posts. Looking forward to do them with my toddler and preschoolers as well.

  5. Kirstylee says:

    Fun ideas! I can’t wait to try out that edible finger paint, but we will probably do it outside and in swimming suits because I hate cleaning up messes like that. Now that it’s warm though, it will be easy to just spray the kids down with water when they are done. Thanks for all the ideas.
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