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Sticky Sensory Table

How to Make a Sticky Sensory Table:

sticky sensory table
Cover a table or small area with contact paper, stick side up. Tape the sides down and explore with different objects on the sticky table. We used pom poms, pipe cleaners, ribbons, straws, and dominos. Make designs, see what objects stick the best, and have fun with this sensory experience!
I saw this idea at Share and Remember. 

The Activity Mom

Wednesday 5th of October 2011

@daycarelady, GREAT idea to put it up on the wall! Turns it into a totally different and new experience! love it!


Wednesday 28th of September 2011

What a neat idea! Thanks for sharing!


Wednesday 28th of September 2011

I need to get some contact paper- love this for little man. I have a couple of other activities I've been wanting to do with contact paper, so I'll be sure to pick some up now! :) Thanks!!

JDaniel4's Mom

Wednesday 28th of September 2011

My table is naturaly sticky.


Tuesday 27th of September 2011

I did this on a wall with my kids. They liked being able to pull the stuff off and re-stick it somewhere else. It was a hit and it's been a while, I have to do it again. Thanks for reminding me about this activity!