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Shaving Cream Play

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A messy, relaxing and sensory experience that all ages will enjoy.



Time: Less than 5 minutes to prepare
Age: All ages
Level: Easy



Materials
Shaving cream
A tub or container
Glitter
Bubble wands
Water

Method
Squirt the shaving cream into the tub or container. * Watch it rise.



Sprinkle with glitter.



Have children use bubble wands to stir, lift, mix, blow the shaving cream.



Have children feel the texture of the shaving cream in their hands.



Introduce toys in enhance their play.



Add water and explore the difference it makes to the texture and clarity.




Categories
#Messy
#Sensory
#Cheap
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Easy
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