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Cheap and fantastic sensory play. All time favourite resource. Bag of lentils poured onto tuff spot. Plenty of utensils to scoop, pour and transfer. Keeps them entertained for ages. Great free play/ fine motor skill play.

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Rachel Johnston

Get everyone you know to collect lids - from bottles, tubs and jars. They are brilliant for sorting and matching activities - lots of different shapes - you can make patterns with them - you can look for writing - the children can draw and copy them - some are embossed so they can use a wax crayons to do rubbings - the children will recognise some of them - lids from perfume bottles are special too, often shiny and unusual shapes!

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Rachel Johnston

from The Imagination Tree

Small World Play: Construction Site

The Imagination Tree: Small creative play items that are easy to make as fun for your own kids or gifts for others!

Small World Play: Construction Site - The Imagination Tree

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from Twodaloo

Rainbow Barley Sensory Play

A beautiful invitation to play with rainbow dyed barley and seashells. Great for sensory and imaginative play!

Rainbow Barley Sensory Play

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