Friday, April 5, 2013

Who Needs Monkeys in a Barrel When You Have Ducks in a Bag!

     This activity is perfect for infants! It is as simple as cutting out foam ducks and putting them in a baggie of blue paint. This sensory activity stimulates the brain with its bright colors and the cool Squishy feeling of the paint in the bag. Pop it in the fridge for a few minutes on a hot day to help your child cool down while playing.  
     Materials needed:  Blue paint (hair gel can also be used), yellow foam, baggie, tape, scissors.

1. Cut out a few yellow ducks
2. put the ducks in the baggie and fill it with the blue paint or hair gel. 
3. seal the bag with a strong piece of tape duct tape works well! 

It is suggested that your child uses this under adult supervision.  

Related online training:
Stages of Physical Growth and Development in Infants (1 hour / .1 CEU)
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CDA Competency: Principles of Child Growth and Development [1 hour / .1 CEU]
Washington Core Competency: Content Area 1 - Child Growth and Development [1 hour]Oregon Core Body of Knowledge: Human Growth & Development [1 hour]
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