Sensory Playdate | Still Playing School

Sensory Playdate

By Devany LeDrew | Labels: , ,

A toddler sensory play date was perfect when we had plans to go to the play ground, but it was going to be a wet day.  We started with ice, water, and chalk.


My friend Megan is a super creative momma who has two kiddos.  Her oldest and my E are pretty close in age so they always have fun together.  E seems to play more interactively with him than other children.  This encourages them both to try new things that the other might be doing!


Megan cooked two boxes of spaghetti noodles and put them in tub with some olive oil.  E was persistent in getting them out of the tub and onto the driveway.


So then we put her in the tub to get to work.  Please notice Megan's adorable six-month-old daughter in the background playing in the pool.  She makes me smile!


Out of the pool because she is NOT about to let him clean up the noodles she worked to hard to get out of the tub!


 This is her excited face!


I brought vanilla pudding and food coloring.  We mixed blue, red, and yellow and let the kids do the rest.



Starting to squish...


 Mixing colors.  We made purple.  Notice E is still using her painting technique from the water painting to color her toes!


 Tasty!  We definitely used all our senses playing on this day!

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E's age: 18 months

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