You guys know by now that I am all about Screen-Free Sensory Play. Lakeshore learning is one of my absolute favorite educational resources stores. I wanted to curate this Holiday Gift Guide to bring you some of my favorite Screen-Free gift ideas that I think will be perfect for your littles. This guide is perfect for ages 1-4.
First up we have the Float and Find Number Bubbles. These are perfect for water play. They have an images on one side and the numerals on the other. You can use these to not only teach the number, but also one to one correspondence, color recognition, and subitizing skills. Grab these for just $24.99.
Next up we have the Color Pillar sorting mat. This activity is perfect for ages 6 months to 36 months. This activity is perfect for introducing shapes and colors. Grab this
Next up we have the Button Size-Sorting Box. This activity is perfect for ages 12 months to 36 months. It's also great for promoting fine-motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and shape recognition. Grab this
The next activity I'm going to share with you is my absolute favorite. Not only does it teach alphabet recognition and letter formation; it also promotes fine-motor skills. Grab this
The Toddler Bristle Builders are great for stimulating creative play. The block easily stick together and pull apart. The set also includes three farm animals. Grab this
I know I said that the Construct-a-Letter activity was my favorite, but I love this one even more. The Gumball Grab game teaches a wealth of skills. You can teach number recognition, counting, color recognition, addition, subtraction... need I say more! I'm definitely grabbing one of these for my personal collection of activities. Grab this
These little tubes are perfect for infant sensory play. They are great for ages 3 to 36 months. Your littles can shake them up to hear different sounds! Grab these
Last but not least, we have a toy that incorporates tech and sensory play. This activity has two modes: one that teaches numbers and one that promotes number recognition. Grab this
I hope you find this guide to be useful and find some hands-on activity that are perfect for your little one.