Foam Fine Motor Strengthening Activity:
soap dispensers. But don’t waste the bathroom soap! Save the containers after the bathroom/kitchen soap has been used up. Recycle the dispensers to create a foamy, soapy, sensory play activity that the kids will love! You’ve probably seen this sensory foam activity. We’ve never played with that version of sensory foam, but the colors and sensory fun of our activity reminded me of Fun at Home With Kids’ foamy fun.
in the empty container and fill the rest of the container with water. We added a squirt of
before putting the lid on and giving the dispenser a gently swirl.
Fine Motor Strengthening Workout:
- Add scents to the foam
- Encourage your child to practice writing letters and numbers in the foam.
- Hide animal figures or magnetic letters in the foam.
- Continue the foamy play once the bubbles start to fade, by adding water at ta high pressure from the hose or kitchen sink. The pressure of the water will bring the foam back to life for a second round!
Sidenote: You can totally re-use these foam soap dispensers in the bathroom. Just add a bit of scented liquid body wash and fill with water. Instant scented hand soap for washing up at the sink.
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