Sensory play for children is like winning the lottery, its pure enjoyment and has endless possibilities. Since children learn by doing, I felt the need to create an activity center for Jacqueline and Elise. The center is located in our dining room (perfect for pre-dinner meltdowns) and has two sensory tables, writing utensils, busy bags, and an assortment of manipulatives. My vision for this area is to provide a variety of interesting sensory experiences that can pique their curiosity. So far, Jacqueline and Elise have enjoyed playing with rice, water, cotton balls, oatmeal, gourds, feathers, moonsand, bubbles, and goop.