How beautiful are these bold and blue frames!? If anyone can do blue any season it’s @katespadeny! As we approach November, it’s a good time of year to start considering what we are thankful for. Make a list of things you are thankful for and read it each day starting November 1st! . . #lonestarvisiontx#katespadeny#bethankful
👀Sticky Eyeballs!👀 We stumbled on what has quickly become one of our favorite Halloween sensory tools on accident! We initially bought these sticky eyeballs for use in a sensory bin but during a Halloween party at our studio a few years ago, some creative kiddos took the eyeballs from the bin and stuck them to the white board side of the easel. Eyeball races took over as the most popular activity at the party! It's so much fun! (pro tip: these eyeballs will regain stickiness with a quick dip in water) Swipe left to see a cool spooky sensory bin using the eyeballs AND the sticky eyeballs in action. We like to dye the water in which we boil our pasta but you can also use a bit of vinegar, pasta and food coloring in a ziplock. Add some vampire fang “tongs” and some google eyes and you have a super spooky and fun sensory experience! Once your child tires of the sensory bin, use the pasta for practicing scissor skills. Spaghetti noodles are so fun to cut!