Cake it till you make it with this Cake Decorating Sensory Bin.
I also loved seeing Mila’s creativity again and again. She did a lot of different designs and pretended she was a cake decorated the entire time.
It was a sensory bin success!
Here’s the only things you’ll need for this one:
I feel like I always say this, but putting this bin together took no time.
The longest part was cutting up the straws into sprinkles. For this, all I did was randomly cut it in small pieces. I didn’t measure or make anything exact.
Then, I put shaving cream in the bin. There was a decent sized layer there, but I didn’t fill the bin.
After that, I set it in front of Mila and told her the goal of the sensory bin. She did everything else without me having to monitor it.
The only thing I did have to mention that this was shaving cream… not whipped cream.
Mila played with this activity for way longer than I set it up. Which is always a win in my book. When she wanted to clear off her cake, we put the sprinkles in a colander and cleaned them off.
This Cake Decorating Sensory Bin really was such a simple and fun activity for her!
I’m the future, I can see this activity expanding into her spelling words or having her make certain images. Mainly because it was so easy!
Let me know in the comments your child’s favorite type of sensory play. I think Mila’s might be water!
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