Clearly she gets excited about her suitcase from @littlepassports 😂. She likes to carry it around and pretend she’s leaving. It’s so adorable. Honestly I was worried that she might be a little bit too young for it since the ages are 3-6, but the “letter” from Max and Mia actually explains it in a way that is easily understood. She got excited about it and the concept and loved to pretend now. So. Cute!
Do you remember the lowercase version of this Magnatab by Kid O from @theplayroomwa that I shared many moons ago? 🤔 This is the uppercase version which is getting a firm workout in this house atm. 😁 In all truth it actually isn’t in the house, it lives in the car with the lowercase version & the MagPad I posted 18 pics back (the one where my kid ran through while I was filming telling the Insta world she “needs to do a poooooo!” 💩🙈🤣). This is Miss 4.5 using it & shows her ‘erasing’ the letters to start again. Such a fabulous sensory way to expose kids to the alphabet & practise letter formation! 👌🏻I am a little obsessed with these resources in all truth, they are brilliantl! ☺️😍 #wonderandawekids
// SPARKLY POM POM SOUP // If you joined in our Sensory Play Challenge earlier this month, you would have already experienced the amazing-ness of pom pom soup, and I am here to show you how to take it to the NEXT LEVEL! 🙌🙌 . One word: SEQUINS 😱😱 . Yes, it's as brilliant as it sounds, especially when you pop it in the sunshine! The glittering sequins are just simply irresistible 😍 . Have you tagged us in your water-play ideas yet? Just use #tpd_water and make sure to check out the hashtag for plenty of other water inspired ideas!