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Coloured Ice Cube Sensory Play

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This is a great sensory activity for a hot summer's day or even bath time.



Ice cube, colour, sensory, preschool


Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Ice cube tray
Water
Food colouring
Jug

Method
Make up different batches of water with a little food colouring in each.



Ice cube, colour, sensory, preschool


Pour into an ice cube tray and freeze.
Now the fun begins. Play with them on their own talking about the temperature, sensation and colours.

We put them in the bath at bath time and my kids enjoyed playing with them and watching them melt.




Categories
#Sensory
#Baby
#Under 5s
#Ice
#Colour Recognition
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