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Stop Wasting Valuable Time Searching For Things To Do, This Is What You Need

You know you should create engaging activities for your child to do, but you can't because you don't have time

Too Busy

Searching for new activities to do each day, making supply lists, prepping activities, it all takes time! Time that you don't necessarily have.

No Supplies

You found a great activity to do, but you don't have the right supplies. You don't have time to go to the store, guess you can't do it today.

Didn't Plan Ahead

Your child wants to do something right now! Unfortunately, you don't have anything prepared. Maybe you can do something tomorrow?

Imagine if someone did all the planning for you...


A complete month of sensory activities planned out for you that will save you time, and create fun and engaging experiences for your child

There are three ways that 30 Days Of Sensory Play is different from other activity guides

More Than Just Tactile Activities

Shopping List

Prep Guide

As you engage in play using the activities from 30 Days Of Sensory Play, you will:

Here is what's included:

Each day has a different sensory activity for you to try. You can go in order, or you can pick and choose which activity to do each day and cross them off as you go. 

You’ll find that this calendar takes the stress away of trying to figure out what to do every day.

This shopping list has all the necessary supplies you’ll need for all 30 activities so you only have to shop once.


You’ll find that many of the supplies you already have, and several activities don’t require any supplies.

The prep guide will help you get everything ready in one day. Then you’ll be all set for the month without the stress of prepping a fun activity.


Many of the activities only require gathering things around the house. Those are not included in the prep guide, but can actually be turned into an activity in itself.

Each activity has its own recipe care so you know how to create the activity. It includes a supply list, which senses will be targeted in the activity, and extra tips and ideas.


You’ll find that with the tips and ideas you’ll have way more than 30 different activities you can try out!

Are you ready to save time planning and spend more time playing with that kid you love so much?


Get your copy of 30 Days Of Sensory Play now so you can stop wasting time and have fun and engaging activities all ready for the next 30 days!



You won’t have to look for printables needed for the activities. They’re included! You’ll receive 5 Sensory Scavenger Hunts, Animal Action Cards, and a Sink or Float Printable

Song Cards and Playlists

Use these song cards to help your child make choices. Spotify and Amazon playlists are also included so that you don’t have to waste time searching for the best action songs. I’ve already done it for you!

14 day money back guarantee

If you’ve tried at least a week of activities out, and it’s not working out for you, contact me and you’ll receive your money back guaranteed!


Get your copy of 30 Days Of Sensory Play now so you can stop wasting time and have fun and engaging activities all ready for the next 30 days!

I'm Joy Manning

I created 30 Days of Sensory Play  for you

As an educator and a mother, I’ve spent plenty of hours searching Pinterest, wasting time trying to plan exciting and new activities. Just like menu planning, I’ve had days where I just wished someone would do it for me! That’s why I made this for you.


I started teaching preschool in 2007, specializing in working with kids with autism. Many of the kids I’ve worked with have sensory issues. Providing all kinds of sensory input for my students was essential, and quite frankly is beneficial for all kids.


I received my Early Childhood Special Education Certificate from Utah State University, and a Masters of Education from Arizona State University. I love working with kids, and understand the power of play.


I want you to:

  • spend more quality time with your child exploring and playing because that’s how kids learn best.
  • save valuable time searching and planning, I’ve already done that part for you.

Is 30 Days Of Sensory Play Right For You?

Wondering if 30 Days Of Sensory Play will work for you?

30 Days Of Sensory Play IS for:
30 Days Of Sensory Play is NOT for:


Get your copy of 30 Days Of Sensory Play now so you can stop wasting time and have fun and engaging activities ready for the next 30 days!


30 Days Of Sensory Play is nicely packaged for you, saving you precious time. The shopping list and prep guide will help you get everything ready at the beginning of the month so you don’t have to worry about it later.

Most of the supplies are things you most likely have in your home. You can also substitute a lot of items on the list. Here are a few of the things you may not already have

  • spray bottle
  • vinegar
  • alum
  • jello
  • toy hammer
  • shaving cream
  • washable paint

Absolutely! Many kids with autism have sensory issues, I’ve used many of these activities with my students before. Many of the activities are also adaptable to meet your kid right where he/she is at.

Yes and no. As you know, all kids are different. They have different interests, different skills, and different reactions to sensory input. Honestly, some activities will be a hit for your child and others may not. You may even find that one day an activity is so engaging and fun that you decide to do it another day and it’s a total flop. I’ve given a lot of tips and ideas for each activity to help keep your child engaged though.

Yes, these activities have a variety of sensory input for your sensory seekers. Activities are marked by what type of sensory input your child may get. Including, sight, sound, tactile, smell, taste, proprioceptive, and vestibular.

Yes, if your child has a tendency to avoid sensory input, these activities will give them an opportunity to take in what they can. Don’t force it, but make the opportunity available. Even if a child avoids certain senses, it’s good for them to still have the exposure, especially when they have more control of the circumstances.

Most of these activities are meant for you to be able to spend quality time with your child. They may not necessarily be appropriate for unsupervised play.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to spend more quality time with your kids! Save time on planning and get your copy of 30 Days Of Sensory Play today.


Get your copy of 30 Days Of Sensory Play now so you can stop wasting time and have fun and engaging activities ready for the next 30 days!

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