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Tapioca sensory play

We used tapioca once before in sensory play (seen here~
This time we did not use the beads but we used crushed tapioca. We cooked it one the stove with water till it started to form a gel then dishes it out and add food coloring. 
The nice thing about this is that it gives you many different ways to learn. You could focus on vocabulary, 5 senses, and even color mixing. 
Messy sensory play!~
Have fun!~


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