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Iced Flowers Sensory Bin is not just full of fun to slide around, feel and melt, but it is truly a feast for the eyes. The best thing about this sensory bin? It’s penniless! Everything we used was from nature and the water in our taps. A fantastic activity for your Little Feet to get absorbed into, especially when the weather begins to lift.
Sensory Soap Bin combines two important senses, touch and smell. Using tissue paper and grated soap this sensory bin evolves and changes as your Little Feet play with it adding an element of progression as the materials turn from solid to soapy liquid.
Microwavable Puff Paint is an easy and inexpensive STEM art activity. Using self-raising flour, salt, water and food colouring watch your masterpiece turn from liquid to solid with the addition of heat.
Kids (4-11 Years)
An incredibly easy and visually pleasure craft to do with a range of ages. All you need is a window, tissue paper and sticky contact paper!
Explore the world of fossils through insects preserved in resin. Well… homemade orange ice resin that is! This is a really easy and fun way to talk about fossils with your Little Feet. Especially when the weather is hot and you are in the garden!
Garden Loom Weaving is a great ongoing, interactive, creative piece to have in your garden. All you need is rope and scissors, the rest can be gathered from nature. Once it is up, you’ll find your Little Feet, going back to refill it again and again in the days to come.