How to make sand foam for sensory play by learning 4 kids

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Investigation area. Enhanced with brightly coloured water (just using a small squirt of paint!), transparent pipettes, jars, tubes etc. encouraging the children to explore with colour mixing, and allowing them to watch the water travel through the various objects.

Investigation area. Enhanced with brightly coloured water (just using a small squirt of paint!), transparent pipettes, jars, tubes etc. encouraging the children to explore with colour mixing, and allowing them to watch the water travel through the various objects.

Find out whether thick or thin liquids flow faster in this fun activity. #Viscosity #Science #Scienceforkids

Viscosity experiment for kids

Find out whether thick or thin liquids flow faster in this fun activity. #Viscosity #Science #Scienceforkids

Sand and Water Table - consider a cover over the sand table which has holes so that the children must reach through to scoop sand. The second level of branches, or a plywood layer above with circular holes ( as the pinterest site shows) adds a new dimension to the play experience.

Sand and Water Table - consider a cover over the sand table which has holes so that the children must reach through to scoop sand. The second level of branches, or a plywood layer above with circular holes ( as the pinterest site shows) adds a new dimension to the play experience.


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I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I've but putting the numicon out with the pai...

I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I've but putting the numicon out with the pai...

Pipes, funnels, buckets, bottles, bowls, whisks, watering cans, pumps, water wheel & scoops.  Resources made from different materials & of different weights to explore floating and sinking including natural materials such as logs, sponges, pebbles and clay.  Small world equipment, for example boats, Play Mobil figures and sea creatures.  Foam letters, numbers and shapes.  Resources to add to water i.e. food colouring, glitter, sprinkles, bubble bath or bath bombs, corn flour, ice cube trays…

Pipes, funnels, buckets, bottles, bowls, whisks, watering cans, pumps, water wheel & scoops. Resources made from different materials & of different weights to explore floating and sinking including natural materials such as logs, sponges, pebbles and clay. Small world equipment, for example boats, Play Mobil figures and sea creatures. Foam letters, numbers and shapes. Resources to add to water i.e. food colouring, glitter, sprinkles, bubble bath or bath bombs, corn flour, ice cube trays…

Numicon, gel numbers and glitter! Children used the paintbrshes to practice writing numbers in the glitter and matched the numicon to the numbers.

Numicon, gel numbers and glitter! Children used the paintbrshes to practice writing numbers in the glitter and matched the numicon to the numbers.

Love this fab simple to set up Numicon water tray idea!  Links funky fingers and…

Love this fab simple to set up Numicon water tray idea! Links funky fingers and…

SAND AND WATER TABLES This is a blog for early childhood teachers looking for ways to expand and enrich play and learning in and around their sand and water tables with easy-to-make, low-cost apparatus. It may also be of interest for anyone who appreciates children's messy play.

SAND AND WATER TABLES This is a blog for early childhood teachers looking for ways to expand and enrich play and learning in and around their sand and water tables with easy-to-make, low-cost apparatus. It may also be of interest for anyone who appreciates children's messy play.

Use the squirty bottles to move the boats down the channel. Whose boat will reach the end first? EYFS

Use the squirty bottles to move the boats down the channel. Whose boat will reach the end first? EYFS

We should just do this in the water table or pool outsede Squeezable colored water play by Teach Preschool

Squeezable and colorful water play

We should just do this in the water table or pool outsede Squeezable colored water play by Teach Preschool

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