Sensory Soup with Shaving Cream

We recently made Sensory Soup with Shaving Cream! It took the already simple concept of sensory soups to an even simpler level.

Not only was it a ton of fun for both my toddler and my kindergartener but it was also extremely easy to clean up after they’d enjoyed exploring the materials with simple tools and making a pretty delightful mess 😉

 

We made super simple sensory soup with shaving cream that was great fun for both my toddler and my kindergartener! It kept both siblings entertained for quite a long time, and the mess was very easy to clean up.

(N was 1 year and 11 months old.
E was 5 years and 7 months old.)

 

I wrote all about this activity in my post on Living Life and Learning, so click over there right now to read all about it!

 

If you’re looking for more fun shaving cream activities, try these:

Activities with Shaving Cream

Shaving Cream Puffy Paint (this is consistently my number 1 post!)

Shaving Cream on the Window

Shaving Cream Car Wash by Stir the Wonder

Flower Sensory Play by Life Over C’s

Hands-On Learning with Shaving Cream by Hands On As We Grow

 

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