Encourage sensory exploration by making an aquarium.
What You Need:
- Gallon-sized re-sealable bags (e.g., Ziploc bags)
- Blue food coloring (optional)
What To Do:
- Cut ocean creatures out of clean kitchen sponges and place them into a gallon-sized bag filled with about a cup of water. Add blue food coloring into the water for extra fun.
- Seal the bag around all sides with duct tape to be sure it stays closed.
- While your baby is seated on your lap, allow her to use her fingers to squeeze and pat the bag. You can say, “Look at the green fish. I see you squeezing the yellow star.”
- Supervise your baby closely and ensure that the bag is not punctured.
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