This activity kept my daughter entertained the longest comparing to any other activity she has done.
It was very warm outside in Houston and my daughter was yearning to go outside. We already went to the park so we went out in the backyard. We did our daily routine watering the plants. Then a brilliant idea popped up in my head.
Easter Egg Water Sensory
I grabbed the bin and Easter eggs and filled up the bin with water. I added the eggs. Viola. She went right to work. I predicted that she will play with this for 15 minutes, but I was wrong…
She started by exploring, opening the eggs and splashing the water.
She played like that for half an hour
Then, I decided to add food coloring like I did for St. Patrick’s water sensory.
Also, I added small things like the baby food lids (I collected them because I knew they would be useful sometime). My daughter loved putting the lids in and out of the eggs.
Another half an hour rolls by
To keep the play going, I added a water pitcher.
This was a hit.
She did so many things with the pitcher. Scooping the water, dumping it out, filling it with Easter eggs, etc.
So the total time for this activity for us was an hour and a half. It was amazing.
Try this with your child!
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**All activities here are activities I feel are safe for my own children. As your child’s parents/guardians, you will need to decide what you feel is safe for your family. I always encourage contacting your child’s pediatrician for guidance if you are not sure about the safety/age appropriateness of an activity. All activities on this blog are intended to be performed with adult supervision. Appropriate and reasonable caution should be used when activities call for the use of materials that could potentially be harmful, such as scissors, or items that could present a choking risk (small items), or a drowning risk (water activities), and with introducing a new food/ingredient to a child (allergies). Observe caution and safety at all times. The author and blog disclaim liability for any damage, mishap, or injury that may occur from engaging in any of these activities on this blog.