All tagged water play for preschoolers
Want to teach your kids how to pour their own milk?
Start with simple, super fun sensory play such as this one.
Even dumping are essential for child development.
These are concepts that unless someone sits us down and says, “Look, here is WHY you are getting your kitchen floor a little wetter than you’d like”, we may not be as accustomed to doing.
The side bonus is that water play typically lasts 3 times longer than it takes me to set up and clean up. Bonus if the kids think wiping the floor is a follow-up game. - But let’s not get ahead of ourselves…
If there is one thing we know, it's water play!
Water play is hands down, my saving grace to motherhood.
It gives my three and four-year-old time to explore transporting, measuring, and pouring as I wash the dishes after breakfast. I know, how exciting, right? #momlife
So after almost 44 days of summer and water play fun, we spiced things up.
Move over primary colors, we've found NEON! You don’t want to miss this.
All these fun, simple activities we create for our preschoolers end up rolling right into their everyday play. This water button sensory bin promotes a better understanding of quantity, space, trajectory, and cause and effect.
Alphabet ice play makes a fun alphabet matching game! Set this preschool game up in minutes!
The best ideas for water play for your toddler and preschooler. Spend the summer outside playing with water and ice.