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homemade tea bags

We made ours by filling a coffee filter with loose tea, then folding the filter and stapling it closed. Once done add a piece if string(we stapled a piece on) and on the end of the string add a paper tag. Let ur child label the tea, we used green tea, black tea, and lavender tea but I let her have fun with the labels. Once done add ur tea bag to some hot water and have a tea party!!!
Great for sensory play.
How does the tea smell?
how does it feel?
what color is it?
what color does it make the water?
Also great for pouring practice.

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