With the warmer weather here in Perth, I am always looking for fun ways to incorporate water play in our day. I find that water is so soothing to young children, helping to slow them down and centre them, and that even toddlers will spend extended periods of time playing with water. Combining this with my love of little play scenes, this week Immy and I created a water wonderland for her sea creatures and a few of her other play figurines…
… using a large pot plant base and a small bowl of sand to act as our deserted island, a weed as our palm tree (LOL!) and some large shells as boats. Even I love playing in this little world!
What have you been playing in your little corner of the world? Is the weather influencing your play choices?
We Play is a place to link up your own play experiences. Please read this post if it is your first time playing and link back to We Play in your post. If you are viewing this by email or in a reader, you will need to click through to the posts to see the links 🙂
- 10 Fun Ways to Extend Water Play
- Good Clean Fun
- Swimming with Babies and Toddlers
- Can Toddlers Play Independently?
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