42 Fun Sensory Food Play Ideas For Kids 
One of the many challenges children struggle with when they have Sensory Processing Disorder are feeding challenges. 


When we eat a  meal we are using all of our 5 main senses. Eating is a multi-sensory experience. 


Meal time should be fun and enjoyable for children. Fun sensory food ideas can be helpful for children who are picky eaters or problems feeders.


Children with Sensory Processing Disorder will feel more comfortable trying new foods while participating in sensory food activities and games. 



It is important to remember; have fun, no pressure or no expectations. To help your child try new foods, try to do 1-2 sensory food activities a week with your child. 


Involve your child in the process of choosing the weekly sensory food activity. Give them a few options to choose from because they will feel some control over the situation. Take your child grocery shopping, allowing them to be a part of the process when choosing healthy foods for their sensory food activities. 


Include your child when cooking, baking or preparing different foods in the kitchen. There are safe utensils for children and kitchen tools that are made just for kids to be able to enjoy being in the kitchen and helping their parents preparing meals. 



Make Food Fun! Get Creative! 




42 Fun Sensory Food Play Ideas


1. Rice sensory bin: Fill up a tray or bin with colored rice or white rice. Add toys and items for children to play in the sensory rice. Children can learn shapes, numbers and letters. This is a great sensory tool for independent play and exploration. 




2. Playing in Jell-O: Jell-O is a fantastic sensory play activity. Sensory seekers love to get messy but this is a great activity for avoiders to discover textures. Add toys for your child to find or a theme for play. Playing in Jell-O is a way for children to play with food and colder temperatures of food. 




3. Pudding painting: Pudding play is a great sensory play activity. Let your child explore and play in the pudding with toys. Using their fingers to paint paper with the pudding. 




4. Cooked/uncooked pasta play: Cooked pasta and dry pasta are two common sensory play activities. Add the pasta to a sensory bin and allow your child to touch and play. 




5. Puree and yogurt painting: Try using different textures and colors of puree or yogurt. Explore painting on paper with the puree or yogurt. 




6. Sensory bags: Fill a Ziplock bag with cooked colored noodles, mashed potatoes or any food with different textures; have your child squeeze and touch the food in the plastic baggie. 




7. Fruit kabobs: Making fruit kabobs can be a creative way to touch food while adding to the kabob. Cutting out shapes with cookie cutters too for extra fun. 




8. Funny face food plate: There are funny face plates to have fun with food. You can have your child add anything to the plate and create funny faces. 




9. Letter practice: Add salt or sugar to a tray and have your child use their fingers to create letters and numbers. Draw pictures in the sugar or salt. I have seen some use sensory rice, beans, sand or different foods. 




10. Edible play dough: There are a lot of edible play dough recipes online. Sensory play dough is a very common sensory activity for kids. Explore using different scents and flavors. 




11. Textured food play: Play and explore with different food textures. Squeezing mashed potatoes or running their fingers through other textured foods. 




12. Cheerios or Fruit Loop necklaces: This can not only be a fun fine motor and food exploration activity but your child can eat the cereal off of the necklace as a snack too. 




13. Cookie, cake or cupcake decorating: This is not only a delicious treat but a way to be creative and explore with food. Present a decorating set up for your child and allow them to decorate. 




14. Make pizza: Making pizza can be so fun for kids. Including them in the cooking process where they can learn life skills. Adding the food to their pizza that they love or would like to try. 




15: Food stamps: Making stamps with food is easy and fun for children. Using a pepper cut in a circle, cut an orange in half, use mushrooms, adding dried pasta to a piece of wood or homemade potatoes stamps. Your child can also use these stamps with pudding or whip cream too. 




16. Smell and tasting game: You can blindfold your child and have the guess foods you are presenting to them without seeing them. Ask your child to smell the food, lick the food, touch the food or taste the food and guess what food it is. You can also try this with condiments or dips too. 




17. Mindful eating: Mindful eating can be a great way to introduce new foods to your child. I have seen people use mindful eating activities with oranges, strawberries, apples and raisins too! You can choose which foods your child is most comfortable eating. 
Using the 5 senses will help your child develop new healthy eating habits. 
Hear: Does it make noise? Can you hear anything when you bite it? 
See: What do you see? What color or shape it is? 
Feel: What does it feel like? Is it rough, squishy or soft? Is it sticky? Is it dry or wet? 
Smell: Can you smell it? What does it smell like? Does it smell like any other foods? 
Taste: How does it taste? Is it sweet or sour? Does it taste like any other foods you like? 




18. Dipping buffet: There are so many dips to try and experimenting with different dips can be a way for your child to want to eat more foods. Create a dips buffet and allow your child to dip some different foods in the dips or putting their fingers in the dips to try them. Let them smell the dips to see if they enjoy the scents of some dips. 




19. Marshmallow and pretzel building: Using marshmallows and pretzels your child can build creations by pushing the pretzels into the marshmallows. Have a contest to see who can build the tallest marshmallow and pretzel tower. You can also build a snowman or other fun structures too. 




20. Food tic-tac-toe: Using food such as Asparagus to create a tic-tac-toe game and other pieces of food for the X and O's. Allowing your child to smell, lick or taste the foods. 



21. Edible slime: There are a lot of slime recipes online that are not edible as they contain borax but there are many that are edible using marshmallows, candy, corn syrup or condensed milk. Most slimes are not safe to eat and are toxic but for children who are exploring taste; edible slimes are a perfect sensory activity



22. Food art: There are so many creative ways to cut food with cookie cutters and create pictures with food. This is a fun sensory activity that children can join in on the fun. 




23. Spaghetti rainbows: Create rainbows with fruit. Using different colors. Ask your child to lick, smell and touch the fruit. Involve your child in building a rainbow of fruit. 




24. Pumpkin play: Pumpkin sensory play can be fun but not for avoiders as much. Carving pumpkins, pumpkin sensory bins with seeds and baking seeds can all be great sensory food activities. 




25. Alphabet play: Cooked alphabet pasta or alphabet soup is a learning tool and a sensory food activity to help children learn letters and explore touching food. Dry alphabet pasta in a sensory bin is another learning and food exploration activity to try. 




26. Pretend kitchen play: Pretend kitchen toys and pretend kitchen play are both ways to explore learning about food and touching food. 




27. Tea parties: Tea parties with children are a way to connect and bond. Playing together and pretending to have a tea party. Try adding some different drinks for your child to try. 




28. Cookie cutter fruit fun: Cutting fruit out with cookie cutters are so fun. This is a great learning sensory activity and an opportunity to create photos with fruit or taste more fruit. 




29. Colorful whip cream painting: Whip cream sensory play is a common sensory activity for children with Sensory Processing Disorder. Add food coloring and make the whip cream colorful. A fun activity in the bath tub so they can get messy with easier clean up. 




30. Painting rainbow toast: Using edible paint; your child can paint toast with a paint brush. 




31. Cereal art: take a photo from a coloring book, draw a picture and have your child put the colorful cereal on the photo. They can also use the colorful cereal pieces to create their own art too. You can also try this activity with colorful beans and rice too. 




32. Marshmallow rainbow: Using different colors rainbows; ask your child to help your build a rainbow with the different colors of marshmallows. 




33. Photos with seeds: Making art with seeds on paper can be a great way to touch and explore with different food seeds. Painting the seeds can be a tactile sensory activity too. Glue the seeds onto the paper creating art or a photo. 




34. Building with toothpicks and grapes: Taking toothpicks and building creations or towers with grapes is a great food exploration activity. Asking your child to touch, lick or bite the grapes. 




35. Skittles and milk experiment: The skittles experiment is another low cost activity for kids. You can try different temperatures and liquids too. Put your skittles on a plate in a circle and carefully pour water in the circle and the colors will spread into a beautiful rainbow. 




36. Fruit necklace: Fruit necklaces are a sensory fine motor activity and a yummy healthy snack for later. Ask your child to touch, lick and taste the fruit as they are creating their fruit necklace. 




37. Worms & dirt: Create an edible worms and dirt sensory bin for your child. Chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos and gummy worms. You can add some toys and let your child play, explore and possibly taste the food. They may also enjoy hiding the gummy worms and digging through the pudding and Oreos to find them too. 




38. Playing food games: Playing food games with children can be a way for them to feel more comfortable with food and eating. There are a lot of food games for children you can purchase or you can make up some for your child too. There are many different ideas you could try. Your Occupational Therapist may also have some fun food ideas that you could try. 




39. Tower building: Cut up vegetables and fruits in different shapes and sizes or use other food items like crackers and build a tower. Make it a fun game and have a competition to see who can build the highest tower. Touching, smelling or tasting foods as they build their tower. 




40. Ice-cream sensory play: You can use real ice-cream although it melts quickly or you can use whip cream. Create an ice-cream sensory bin for your child completed with all the toppings for an ice-cream buffet in a bin. Add silicone cups and scoops. They will have fun creating the perfect ice-cream treats.



41. Guessing what's in the mystery bag: Put 4-5 different fruits or vegetables in a bag. You can blindfold or ask your child to close their eyes while they reach in the bag and pull one of the foods out of the bag. Asking them to feel it, lick it and smell it to see if they can guess what the food is. Ask them to take a bite and chew and see if they can guess the food they pulled out of the bag. 




42. Homemade popsicles: Making popsicles can be so fun for kids. Using a blender; you can add juices, yogurts or fruit. You can suggest having a licking contest or ask your child to try tasting different popsicle flavors. Make it fun by using different popsicle molds. Smoothie popsicles can also add more nutrition to your child's diet. 




42 Foods To Add To Sensory Bins





1. Oats


2. Cooked pasta


3. Crushed cookies


4. Beans


5. Rice 


6. Cereals


7. Chickpeas 


8. Candy corn 


9. Crushed crackers


10. Raisins 


11. Potatoes 


12. Jell-O


13. Cool Whip 


14. Pudding


15. Sprinkles


16. Lentils 


17. Sunflower seeds 


18. Vegetables 


19. Pealed boiled eggs 


20. Apple sauce 


21. Pretzels 



22. Milk 


23. Yogurt


24. Colored rice 


25. Water 


26. Uncooked pasta 


27. Whip cream 


28. Colored oats 


29. Noodles


30. Cornmeal 


31. Tapioca beans 


32. Colored chickpeas 


33. Popcorn


34. Cranberries


35. Quinoa


36. Carrot peelings 


37. Pumpkin guts 


38. Fruits 


39. Cooked rice 


40. Mini marshmallows 


41. Bread crumbs 


42. Split peas 





Sensory Fun Feeding Products For Children 


Fred & Friends DINNER WINNER Kids' Dinner Tray
In order to woo your picky eater you need a great game plan. DINNER WINNER turns mealtime into a fun board game. It is a healthy race to the finish where a special covered treat awaits!
Each DINNER WINNER tray provides eat-as-you-go action that helps even the fussiest eaters make it though a meal. The tray divides into eight portions, with an extra covered portion for dessert.





The Sneaky Chef Kids Baking and Cooking Set 37 Piece BPA Free, Child-Safe Essential Junior Utensils, Cooking Protection, Storage Case, Cookie Cutters, and 7 Healthy Recipe Cards - Ages 6+ Years
Safety is our main priority at Sneaky Chef, especially when working with junior chefs! All of our utensils and protective gear are tested to ensure easy and safe use for smaller hands. Our silicone grip slip-free design has no sharp edges so parents can rest assured of their child's safety. Please note: These are real cooking utensils, not a toy.
This junior cooking set is ideal for the curious child, the picky-eater, or the adventurous pre-teen to obtain real-life skills at their fingertips, safely in the comfort of their own home. Following recipes, measuring ingredients, kitchen safety, rolling, mixing, tasting, and cleaning up!

Genuine Fred MS. FOOD FACE Kids' Ceramic Dinner Plate
Bring some excitement to the table with Ms. Food Face. Here's a chance for your young one to play with their food and exercise creativity at the same time! Give Ms. Food Face a broccoli bouffant or a mashed potato makeover. the pos
The Ms. Food Face plate measures 8.25" in diameter and is crafted from hotel-quality, food-safe, high-fire CERAMIC.
Fred's Food Face plates provide entertainment that help even the fussiest eaters make it though a meal. It's where dinner meets dress up. and it's deliciously fun!
Fred's ceramic Food Face plate is microwave and dishwasher safe!
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FunBites Hearts - Cuts kids' food into fun-shaped bite-sized pieces . . . Great for picky eaters and bento!
Fun To Be Healthy: Move over junk food, picky eaters love FunBites; goes beyond traditional sandwich and vegetable cutters and works on most food; it’s a fruit cutter, veggie cutter, cheese cutter and so much more; transforms pancakes, sandwiches, deli meat, grilled cheese, quesadillas, and burgers into works of art
Fun To Make: Easy to use for both children and adults; just press the cutter piece down and rock back and forth to cut through food; then pop out perfect pieces with the matching top; hands stay clean
Fun To Eat: This food cutter for kids makes food art children can’t resist; bite-sized fun shapes add creativity to your kids lunch box; the ultimate fun lunch box accessory

Kids Dinner Plate for Picky Eating Toddlers: Healthy Constructive Fun Meal Time, Divided Portions
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Bright, fun colors, positive, encouraging messages and adorably happy fruits and veggies cheer your toddler on to victory!
At 8 x 11" our picky eater plate features 7 divided portions, ready to accommodate every part of the meal.
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Sandwich Cutters for Kids, 20-Piece Set, 5 Kid Sandwich Cutters Shapes, 5 Vegetable Cutters Shapes, 10 Bento Deco
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The most popular Shapes in 1 Set: 5 Sandwich Cutters Shapes – Dinosaur, Star, Heart, Train, Dolphin; 5 Fruit Cutters – Star, Heart, Flower, Rabbit, Mouse; BONUS 10 Food Picks – Elephant, Panda, Rabbit, Lion, Giraffe. With our GET FRESH Little Foodies sandwich cutters for kids set you will bring FUN and JOY to food preparation and lunching time. Combination of funny sandwich and vegetable cutters together with cute animal toothpicks will make your picky eaters ASKING to prepare them a Meal!

Autism & Prosperity Kids Toys Picky Eaters Autistic Children Bundle, ASD Child Boys Girls Teen Teenager - Visual Food Game Plate Tray, Reward Token Board - Product Tool Item Sensory Learning Materials
ASD-FRIENDLY BUNDLE; SUPER-VISUAL= UNDERSTANDABLE ('my assignment' vs 'my prize') = MOTIVATING (healthy!) eating, trying new-to-menu foods, & even pushing through less-preferred food! (you'll get our excitement). "Will it get better?" is here and now
Our easy-to-use Token Board & manageable-steps and structure-providing Meal Tray with unscary, nice little "try it" sections(making it even more inviting for your child) bundle is designed to ease YOUR struggle (even if he's only into a handful of foods/haven't eaten veggies in years)

Vegetable Cutter Shape Set, Mini Cookie Cutters, Biscuit Cutter to Decorate Food, Children's Baking and Food Supplement tool Accessories Kitchen Crafts, (20PCS+20Fork)
Products include: 20 mini cookie cutters and 20 fruit forks.
20 different shapes-love Mickey five-pointed star dinosaur flower rabbit butterfly fish crown bear starfish penguin bird and so on.......
Sizes: 1.2 in
Material: Made of stainless steel and plastic
Cookies, vegetables and fruits can be cut into interesting shapes to make food more interesting and bring joy to children.

Dinosaur Food Picks for Kids, 18pcs Mini Dinosaur Toddler Fruit Picks, Cute Bento Picks for Lunch Box Decor Accessories
Food Picks for Kids: You will get 18pcs dinosaur food picks, 6 different dinosaur patterns, 3 of each. Fun and cute dinosaur food picks encourage your kids to eat different foods, especially vegetables and fruits. The food picks are perfect for kids lunch box or party supplies.
Healthy Material: Safety for Kids. These food picks are made of food grade PP material, reusable and easy to clean, rounded edges are not sharp that suitable for any kids who are able to safely handle small objects.
Cute & Various Design: The kids food picks are designed by a variety of colors and shapes of 3D dinosaurs. 

SpinMeal Plate - Healthy Nutrition Plate for Picky Eaters - Spin the Arrow - Meals Are Fun Again
Picky Eater Plate. Spin the Arrow to choose from each food compartment.
Dishwasher Safe (top shelf recommended). BPA Free.
Kids and parents love this unique concept designed by actual parents with fussy eaters of their own.
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Popsicle Mold, Popsicle Molds 6 Pieces Silicone Ice Pop Molds BPA Free Popsicle Mold Reusable Easy Release Ice Pop Make (Green)
High-quality materials: This Silicone Ice Pop Models is a food-grade silicone material and pp stick
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Make breakfast fun and exciting - Build waffle houses, cities and much more for a creative and entertaining breakfast!
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Dino Dunker | Cookie Dunker | No Mess | Dishwasher Safe
Enjoy dredging your cookies into milk with a Dinosaur roar--and no messy fingers. Kids and adults alike will savor the cookie taste without the mess and crumbles in the bottom of your cup!
Place the Dino Dunker and cup on the top shelf of your dishwasher and get ready to use it again!
PERFECT GIFT for all ages--the Dino Dunker makes a fantastic goodie bag gift for kids' parties, perfectly wrappable toy for holidays, or gag gift for your friends!
The Dino Dunk is certified BPA-free and safe for everyone to enjoy




FunBites Triangles - Cuts kids' food into fun-shaped bite-sized pieces . . . Great for picky eaters and bento!
Fun To Be Healthy: Move over junk food, picky eaters love FunBites; goes beyond traditional sandwich and vegetable cutters and works on most food; it’s a fruit cutter, veggie cutter, cheese cutter and so much more; transforms pancakes, sandwiches, deli meat, grilled cheese, quesadillas, and burgers into works of art
Fun To Make: Easy to use for both children and adults; just press the cutter piece down and rock back and forth to cut through food; then pop out perfect pieces with the matching top; hands stay clean
Fun To Eat: This food cutter for kids makes food art children can’t resist; bite-sized fun shapes add creativity to your kids lunch box; the ultimate fun lunch box accessory

DEMDACO Food Art Critter Characters 10 inch Melamine Dinner Plate Set of 2
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These plates encourage creative play at mealtime, so kids can be nourished artistically and physically. Prepare to be asked for seconds. Makes a thoughtful birthday gift for toddlers and preschoolers.
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Raddish - Kids Cooking Subscription Box
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Rice Husk Kids Plates (Set of 3 Face Plates) Picky Eater Plates Unbreakable Microwave & Dishwasher Safe Cute Plates
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Finally you can get them to eat their veggies! Research shows that we (especially kids) eat with our eyes first. Looking at an attractive dish makes kids want to eat it. Our plates help kids use imagination to create cute dishes while playing with food. These are perfect plates for picky eaters.





Farm Sensory bin, Sensory Bins for Toddlers, Preschool Farm Sensory Toys with Sand, Bricks, Farm Animals, Farm Tools, Farm Sand Play Set for Boys and Girls
Sensory bins offer an opportunity for children to explore and learn through their senses. This can increase their language skills, fine motor skills, social skills and hand-eye coordination.
Simulate real building scene to experience the fun of architecture. If you don't like it, soak it in water, wash it and dry it. Then you can build it again.
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Sensory Rice, Colored Rice, Sensory Bin, Pretend Play, Montessori, Sensory Play, Fine Motor Learning, Unicorn Theme Sensory Rice (6 Cups)
6 cups of our beautiful unicorn themed sensory rice. This rice is perfect for any sensory bin. Sensory play is fantastic for fine motor skills and also unveil a world of open-ended imaginative play. Great for sensory play. Provides of hours of scooping and dumping the colored rice. *100% natural ingredients, but still NOT intended for consuption
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Adventerra Games Eating in Season - Fun Memory Game for Toddlers 2-4 Years, Toddler Learning & Preschool Games, Learning Games for Kids Ages 3-5
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Our toddler games are designed to aid in child cognitive brain development to strengthen your child's visual memory, classification, and logical thinking skills. 

Sensory Bin Toys for Toddlers Montessori Toys, Waldorf Toys, Pretend Play Dish and Tongs- Fine Motor Learning Toys for Sensory Table Activities
Build Foundations of Future Skills and Self-care——It provides real life-based fun and interactive activities that also offer the little ones the deep satisfaction when they know they reach the milestones of pouring, dumping, scooping, and pouring that can be used for pretend play, kitchen learning.
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Wooden Toys——Our wooden toys are made from premium beech, all Items edges are sanded smooth, your toddlers can play it safe. 







Meals with Milton - USA Made Toddler & Baby Products for Feeding Therapy - Encourage Your Picky Eater to Try New Foods with Our Mealtime Companion - 100% Food Grade Silicone Toys for Kids
Milton is the fun way for you to teach your children about healthy and courageous eating. When you place Milton on the table during meal time, he becomes an eating role model for your child. Ask your child to feed Milton new foods and show them how “Milton loves it”. Squeeze his adorable cheeks to show how he safely chews each bite. The uses are just about endless!
Encouraging picky eaters to try foods, learning about healthy eating, teaching table manners, demonstrating safe eating, having fun meals with your little one and so much more! 

Genuine Fred Dino Time Genuine Fred WINNER Kid's Dinner Tray, 30 x 21.2 x 2.5 cm EAT, PLAY, WIN.: In order to woo your picky eater you need a great game plan. DINNER WINNER turns mealtime into a fun board game. It is a healthy race to the finish where a special covered treat awaits.
Each DINNER WINNER tray provides eat-as-you-go action that helps even the fussiest eaters make it though a meal. The tray divides into eight portions, with an extra covered portion for dessert.
You can trust the Genuine Fred brand to deliver safe products made from quality materials; DINNER WINNER is constructed from 100% virgin melamine that is BPA-free, certified food-safe, phthalate-free, and dishwasher safe. DINNER WINNER features amazing, bright, and exciting illustrations by Ralph Cosentino with multiple themes to match anyone's personality.

















DISCLAIMER: I am not an Occupational Therapist. I am an adult who has Sensory Processing Disorder, a sensory parent and a Grandma. The information on this website is not medical advice and does not replace the information that your child's therapists gives you. These are just ideas and information that I have learned myself over the years of being a parent and an adult living with SPD. If you are concerned for your child, please always seek medical attention through a family doctor, pediatrician or therapist. This website is for suggestions and informational purposes only. Each child is different and what works for one child may not for another because all children have different needs. Please always consult with a professional.

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