{Raising Tots} Ice Sensory Play

Raising Tots Parenting Series

This week we welcome Jaime from Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails (FSPDT) to {Raising Tots} Mom to Mom Parenting Series. She shares a simple and fun sensory activity below.

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My boys love ice play. So I am always trying to come up with new and fun ways for them to play with ice. This day my oldest had a DIY sensory pond to play with so I wanted to give my toddler a fun reptile ice sensory experience too. I had taken my small plastic bowls and added water, food coloring, and little frogs and snakes and then placed in the freezer a few days before we did this. That is how we got the fun big ice cubes with the toys and color. I placed 2 of theses in a plastic bucket with a few reptile toys then added water. Now my little guy had a fun way to play with the ice too. He was not sure at first but ended up having lots of fun splashing the water and touching the ice. We hope that you and your kids may have some ice fun too.

Note: All kids are different and only you can decide how you let your kids play. Please keep this in mind with any post you read of mine!

Our ice play:

 

My youngest can be so serious at times. I love his unsure face above as he checks out what I layed out for him to play with.

 

Now he is in to touching everything and exploring the bucket.

 

He loved the ice as always.

All kids are different and only you can decide how you let your kids play. Please keep this in mind with any post you read of mine!

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A big thanks to Jaime from Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails for sharing this fun activity with us! For more activities, advice, and tipsĀ on raising toddlers visit our {Raising Tots} Page!

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