What better way to keep your kids occupied for hours – oh the pain when you accidentally jab your toe with the spade though!
Incy Wincy spider- exploring pipes and spiders in the sand. How creative! Children can work on story re-tell as well.
let the children play: loose parts play (nice, self-draining solution for things that will be out in the rain — plus it uses the fence!)
Nursery play areas
Little houses - filled with sand, used as door stops. To buy but I'm inspired to make my own from felted sweaters.
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A Dry river bed instead of a traditional sand pit. Large and smaller river rock lining a sand river with tree stumps, ferns and toys
Moon sand -All you need is 5 cups of regular flour and 1 cup of baby oil. Simply mix the two together and it turns into this silky soft sand. You can throw some sand toys into your tray or you can use items such as spoons and measuring cups
Drainpipes and assorted pretend spiders. Perfect for Nursery Rhyme Week
Strawberry flavourm I prefered butterscotch or chocolate though!
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