• Breakfast
  • Mischief and Mayhem take the Dogs to Beach with Mama and Grandad
  • Monkey goes with Mummy and Daddy shopping
  • Nap
  • Lunch
  • Water Balloon play

Filling up water balloons, colours, sensory, throwing, aiming- we drew a pink circle on the ground and tried aiming at it, we got mummy soaked, we “squished” “threw” and “popped” the balloons- vocabulary. We counted them, shared them with each other- sharing, compassion, kindness. It was a fun way to cool off in the heat!

The link below has some neat Water Balloon Games for Kids:

http://www.fantasticfunandlearning.com/water-balloon-games-for-kids.html

Why Sensory Play? 

  • Sensory play encourages children to manipulate and mold materials, building up their fine motor skills and coordination.
  • Sensory play uses all 5 senses, but the sense of touch is often the most frequent. Toddlers and children process information through our five senses.  They learning through exploring these.
  • Sensory play is process-driven, not product-oriented; it is the purest sense of exploratory learning
  • Self-esteem: sensory play offers kids the opportunity for self-expression because there is no right answer and children feel safe to change or experiment with what they are doing.
  • Language development and learning new words.
  • It is fun!!

http://www.learning4kids.net/2011/11/17/water-balloons-sensory-play-bath-time-fun/

  • Shops with mum and dad- to look for a new computer

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  • Dinner
  • Stories
  • Bedtime
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