Easter Egg Listening Game
Hands-On Play Party #12
Simple Play Made Fun!
These eggs have been a staple for our hands on play activities these past couple weeks! This listening game was super easy and quick to put together. However, it’s a great skill to work on with Liam. He definitely needs to slow down, be quiet and listen a little bit harder! I used a standard egg carton and 12 eggs. I chose six pairs of distinct sounds to put in each of the eggs. I thought I would start on the easy side so he could get the hang of it! I used things like bells, beads, soft little chicks, hard plastic animals and erasers! The camera kept getting in the way of us working together so I put it down to work with him!
Hands On Play is a priceless learning tool for your child!
Hands on play is all around us! Especially for children from birth to age 5! What ever your child can get his hands on to explore and discover is hands on play. Paint, play dough, sensory bins, mirror play, water play, fort building, nature walks, science experiments and more help your child learn valuable skills in the form of literacy, communication, social/emotional awareness as well as fine motor and practical life skills that will come in handy later on. Look around your house, you have it all already, create a fun invitation to play today!
Another great early learning use for those eggs!
Now it’s time for the Hands On Play party!
In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb Mask Crafts from Stir the Wonder
Cardboard Tube Kazoo from P is for Preschooler
The Lorax: Truffula Forest Sensory Bin from Lemon Lime Adventures
Colorful Sensory Activities from Making Time For Mommy
Life is a Hands On Party!
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