Playing with a mirror is a good time, and supports healthy development and learning. It helps develop visual senses and language skills. Have a go at pointing out parts of their face and have little back-and-forth conversations.
How to make face cookies:
Icing sugar paste
Sweets, choc chips, raisins for decorating.
1. Cover the biscuit with a thin layer of icing sugar paste.
2. Using whatever you have for decorating, create a face on the biscuit.
3. Leave to dry for about a couple of hours before enjoying your treat!
What you will need:
Felt tip markers
Elastic or string
How to make your masks:
1. Draw on eyes, a nose, a mouth and some hair.
2. Cut out holes for the eyes
3. Attach elastic, string at the back to hold it in place.
Bowl, cotton balls, scoop.
Fine motor practice as you scoop and dump.
Explore the soft texture of the cotton balls.
Large pillows or cushions.
A great way to get moving inside the home.
Balloons and different textures to fill the balloons, I.e. salt, shampoo, lentils, rice, flour.
1. Fill in balloons half-way with different textures.
2. Tie the top of the balloons to secure them.
3. Enjoy feeling the different textures!