Sink Sensory Preschool Activity
Well our first week of school was sooooo much fun. It was great to use the bucket as I posted in FIRST DAY OF SUMMER SCHOOL. The bucket is an excellent idea cause you don’t have to schedule for the day…you just simply pick a piece of paper out of the bucket and go with it. The girls also enjoy being able to take turns picking. They love being surprised!
The girl’s chose the sink sensory preschool activity that we did as the pick of the week. I just filled both sides of the sink with water and of course bubbles, it wouldn’t be as fun without bubbles would it?! I added in some misc. cups, spoons, funnels etc. in the sink and let them play and create. I covered the floor the cupboards the chairs and everything I possibly could with towels and let them have at it! They absolutely had a blast!
They were happy with this for like, 45 minutes! Wow was that easy or what! I love the bucket for school, it is such a time savor really! And it’s exciting for them cause they never know what they are going to get. It could be anything!
WARNING: put towels on the floor
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