E LOVES shaving cream. She loves the texture, and we’ve played with it quite a bit in different contexts – and she usually ended up covered in shaving cream 😉
Here are some of my favorite ways to use shaving cream in toddler activities – some of them are ours, others from other great kids’ activity blogs. I hope this list inspires you to play with shaving cream TODAY!
Check out my Shaving Cream Activities landing page for all the fun we’ve had with shaving cream over the years!
We decorated hearts for Valentine’s Day using Shaving Cream Puffy Paint.
Learn Play Imagine did a whole day of shaving cream play, putting it in a bag, mixing it with glue and painting with it, and finally turning it into bathtub paint.
We’ve made colorful foam dough from three simple ingredients (then added an optional fourth one to make it fizzy) and had great sensory and imaginary fun.
Playtivities made fake snow – and put it in jars to give as gifts! What an awesome idea!
Sugar Aunts added texture to their shaving cream with sprinkles
while Learn Play Imagine mixed Kool Aid with shaving cream for a different sensory experience during their Kool Aid play date.
Rainbow Shaving Cream Paint on the Mirror turned out gorgeous (and was really simple to set up).
I was blown away by this creative idea from Artsy Momma: A simple penguin snowglobe craft!
You have to check out these Eggshell Ghosts from Preschool Inspiration and how they filled them with *gasp* shaving cream!
Hands On As We Grow played an I Spy math game with bagged shaving cream.
The Pleasantest Thing made their shaving cream glow!
We did a great sensory activity with plain shaving cream on a window.
Finally, Artsy Momma created this incredibly realistic Ice Cream Sundae craft with puffy paint!
What’s your favorite way to play with shaving cream? Do you want to try any of the featured activities? Let me know in the comments!
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