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La estimulación temprana es el conjunto de medios, técnicas, y actividades con base científica y aplicada en forma sistémica y secuencial que se emplea en niños desde su nacimiento hasta los seis años, con el objetivo de desarrollar al máximo sus capacidades cognitivas, físicas y psíquicas, permite también, evitar estados no deseados en el desarrollo y ayudar a los padres, con eficacia y autonomía, en el cuidado y desarrollo del infante. (Orlando Terré, 2002)

Nothing But Monkey Business: Infant Activities (Ages 6 - 16 months)Top 10 Awesome DIY Kids Toys Some of these are really good ideas. Play Room Inspiration- GIANT DIY Sensory Wall- perfect for baby
i need to make this for judezilla. he would go nuts for hours = mommy enjoying her coffee instead of chugging fun games for kids in the bath - cut up a pool noodle, good for the useless noodle I got at winco! Bean-snakes. These are easy to make and are used to provide sensory input.  I usually buy a size XL men's soccer sock and stuff it with beans or rice (left in the package to avoid attracting pests). Use bright yarn to sew eyes and a felt mouth.One time I sewed on a keychain ring and attached fidget toys.

@Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld C - Don't we have a bunch of these in the closet somewhere??? Finished Friday: I Spy Bags - All Our Days 
This is a FUN and simple homemade Sensory Toy! A great addition to any classroom too!
texture cards for kids.  Take a 4x4 piece of paper and add things to it for your toddlers to feel the different textures.  Ideas include sponges, buttons, puffy paints, foam stickers, dried glue.  Use what you kind find around your house. In home sensory diet tools with instructions how to make/acquire for cheap. (ball bath, resistive tunnel, crash pad, tactile tent etc)
DIY Toddler Toy: Snowman Drop Box from Fun at Home with KidsCheap 5-minute toy DIYs for Baby | Hellobee
DIY I Spy little bag tutorial...or could use a coffee creamer bottle with the wrapper taken off... for those that don't sew! Like me! Just not as quiet! Tiny Tickler - Play the Giggle Game - A Montessori and Waldorf Inspired Sensory Baby Toy
All you need is 5 cups of regular flour and 1 cup of baby oil. Simply mix the two together and it turns into this silky soft sand. You can throw some sand toys into your tray or you can use items such as spoons and measuring cupsActivity Board  Customized by DoodlesDotsDoodads on Etsy, $350.00
I-Spy Bottle - Super cute idea! Instead of 20 dollars at the game store this for under 10. (probably, lol)Baby Play: Discovery Bottles - Ozzie LOVED these. So easy to make. They are now filthy from him slobbering all over them.
Ms. Rachel's Room - a special ed classroom blog: Sensory Ideas - Make It!!!!
8 Sensory Hand Fidgets. $12.00, via Etsy.

Need to make a sensory board for Lil Bean. Can make a small one too for car/travel time. Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids
These “I Spy” jars are great fun for a wide variety of ages.  A must for the diaper bag.

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