This night sky sensory tub is great for sensory play and comes with ideas for hands-on math games.
Ahh, just looking at that picture makes me relax a little. We often use sensory play as a lovely way to chill out after school, or to transition from a busy day towards bedtime. Tired children sometimes need a little direction and sensory play offers an activity idea that’s interesting but also calming and relaxing. Play dough is our favourite choice for sensory play but today we tried something different: lavender dyed rice. It’s touchy-feely and smells wonderful – perfect for chilled out kids. Here’s how to dye rice and make a bedtime sensory tub.
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Here’s how to make a Valentine sensory tub, using things you have around the house, in four simple steps :: giving lots of opportunity for sensory play, maths and imaginary play.