Sensory Play – Ice Block Treasure Hunt
Sensory play offers so many wonderful learning opportunities such us imaginative play, language exploration, fine motor development and so much more! Kids would have a great unstructured learning experiences and freedom to explore and discover things.
We would like to share this sensory play – ice breaking treasure hunt which is great for summer fun! Also it is so easy to prepare, we just need:
-A container (We used an empty wet tissue box)
-some goodies (We have picked our jumping frogs and some plastic gems)
We added the goodies and water into the container then put in the freezer at night. It’s ready and get frozen another day!
When I first showed her the ice block, K was so excited. She can experience the ice is freezing cold. Then when I asked her how to break the ice and find out what’s inside… Then she picked a hammer…
It took us more than an hour to observe the ice melt…Good to keep her busy and entertained!
This game trains the fine motor and we need to dig out frogs plus the gems.
Look, she’s making the frogs jump…
What a great experience, we definitely will try more ice/water play this summer! : )
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