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Snow rice play

In this activity we put in a bin cold uncooked  rice, glitter, foam pieces, slime (frozen theme slime from before link at bottom of page). We also included different measuring cups and spoons.
You can add or leave out anything you want, I just wanted the cold "snow" rice to be the main thing. The cold snow rice is good for sensory play and pouring practiced.
While my kids played we talked about colors, shapes, and different textures.
Just remember to have fun and be creative!
Happy Holidays Everyone!! 
Frozen slime recipe~


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