You know all those roses you’re going to get for Valentines Day? I bet you are already wondering what you’re going to do with them all. I know I am. (Har-de-har) Fear not, as I have a fabulous rose petal sensory play idea for you! I actually came up with it last summer and thought then, “Oh, I should save this for valentines!” The first and only time that has happened!
Anyway, I love roses and you can get them really cheaply in most supermarkets, so I think they are a lovely way to brighten up a dark corner. Ordinarily I would leave the flowers until they had dried up, but on this day, they were just on the turn and felt so soft, like babie’s cheeks (face or bottom), I decided we had to play with them.
Rose Petal Sensory Play
1. Pick all the petals off
2. Find some animals to ‘hide’ in amongst the petals
3. Get the heavy machinery involved
4. Played a bit more
And the rose, minus rose petal, make a really interesting thing to inspect afterwards too. Beautiful!
What sensory stuff does your little one like to play with? Have you ever tried doing a rose petal sensory box?
I’d love to hear what things you use, we’re always after new ideas (in the hope it will help Reuben with his fussy eating!).
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