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Category Sensory Play Date December 10th, 2020

Kinetic Snow Animal Rescue

“It's snow much fun!”

We have loved our kinetic sand for as long as we have had a sensory bin but this winter, we discoverd kinetic snow and it might be a new favorite! It's basically white kinetic sand but a little fluffier (we think) and it's super fun to roll, squash, and mold into all sorts of winter scenes. 

Today, we played animal rescue in "snow banks" and Lucy LOVED it. We have tiny winter erasers so I buried them in the "snow bank" and she got to save them. She played and played with this and asked me to put it out again tomorrow. Next time, I think I am going to add some bigger plastic animals to see how it transforms our play! 

If you try out this activity, I would love to hear how it goes! It's so simple and fun, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Be sure to tag us on ig @juliajanekids so we can see how much fun you had! 

Want to shop this post? The links above and below are amazon affiliate links, meaning, if you clickity over to amazon and purchase something, I receive a small commission at no cost to you. Any compensation from the link goes right into Lucy's warrior fund to help us, help her, battle retinoblastoma. You can follow along on her journey using her hashtag, #lucythewarrior on facebook and instagram. xo

Kinetic Snow

Winter Animal Erasers (not an affiliate link)

Polar Bear Erasers 

Arctic Animal Set

 

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