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Recently we had an Italian themed playdate and we add some dyed spaghetti to our mud kitchen station for the children to investigate and explore. They all loved it: they put their hands in it, watched the spaghetti falling down from their fingers and repeated this action over and over again to examine the movement of the spaghetti thoroughly.
The children are eager to learn. Playful exploration is a great way to satisfy their curiosity as well as develop their love of learning in a safe, self-initiated and child-friendly environment.
What sensory activities did you set up for your children? It would be lovely to see your photos and stories in the comments section below!Read More...
LauraHorseDancers is friends with Michelle-RomeoRanch
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to cook the food and there is no change in the taste of the food? Does the body feel uncomfortable? I am very worried:( Read More...
The long awaited sequel of the Horse Boy.