Prep time: 2 minutes
Difficulty: Easy Peasy
Estimated Cost: 0 AED
Mess level: Medium
What you need:
Sponge (as tools)
Allow you child to play with the water and have fun, use the sugar paper as mark making with the sponges or even just fingers, hands and feet to get the whole body involved and develop gross motor skills
Take clothes off for this one. The big plus is that water is easy to clean up and doesn't stain, just maybe lay down a towel first.
Water play is incredibly versatile
Ways to adapt:
Add sponges, they are fun to squeeze and press
Color the water with food coloring
Add additional objects like balls add plastic toys, rings, bath toys, etc
Add water to containers and freeze overnight to make large chunks: add food coloring and or objects to make them even more special!
Add small plastic bowls and spoons they will love transferring the water.
Add a clean dish brush and let your child pretend to wash up!
Add bubbles for another sensory experience.
Adding smaller items allows for more fine motor practice as your older toddler or preschooler plays. It also allows for some math practice as they explore volume and capacity.