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fun with easter eggs

Easter eggs, water beads, and light play
Great for sensory play

It was finally hot over where we live, so to get out and have some fun I filled our water table with water and easter eggs. (keeping up with our easter theme) Both my kids had a lot of fun filling the eggs and watching the water run out of the holes. They also had a blast seeing what happens when you fill a egg with water and drop them on the hard concrete.
Cheap sensory play!

to see more ways of playing with easter eggs check out here~


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