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"Learning To Achieve"

Edible Play

Edible Sand

You will need;

  • Food Processor
  • Crackers

Method

  1. Blend crackers in the food processor
  2. Smash any chunks of crackers that do not get blended
  3. Add to a tray with trucks, shovels, buckets, and other sand toys

Rainbow Spaghetti

ainbow spaghetti

A tub of these wriggly worms makes for great fine motor skills practice, and the sensory experience is unlike any other! Pull a worm to see how much it stretches. Chop it up with a toy knife. Use tongs to try to pick it up. Pull individual strands out and lay on a piece of paper to make interesting shapes – leave these overnight to dry and he’ll enjoy snapping them too.

You will need:

  • 500g spaghetti
  • Sealable freezer bags
  • Different coloured food colouring

Directions:

  • Cook the spaghetti according to the instructions on the packet. Drain into a colander and rinse under cold running water until cool.
  • Divide the spaghetti into as many freezer bags as you want colours.
  • Add a few drops of a different coloured food colouring into each bag – a little goes a long way. Seal each bag and move the spaghetti around inside: your toddler will enjoy helping you do this.
  • Leave for 10 minutes to absorb the colour, then tip all the spaghetti into a large tub.

Rainbow Bread crumbs

You Will Need;

Bread

Food colouring (of your choice)

Food processor 

Milk

 

How to Make Rainbow Crumbs

  1. Lightly toast your bread
  2. Blend 1/6 of your bread in the food processor 
  3. Add 2-3 drops of food coloring to roughly two tablespoons of milk (do this for each color)
  4. Add the colored milk to the bread crumbs and blend 
  5. Lightly toast the bread crumbs or let air dry in an open bag 
  6. Rinse the food processor and repeat for the next color

 

 And, let the kids dive in!!

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