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Swim 2 u Blog – Day 225 Sensory Steps!

Swim 2 u Blog – Day 225 Sensory Steps!

Sensory Steps! Easy to make and fun to walk on. You can use feathers, foam sponges, tissue paper, furry material, crumpled up plastic bags or newspaper, bubble wrap, anything! Just cut out some cardboard circles and glue on your materials! Have fun 🙂 #poolsafety...
Swim 2 u Blog – Day 194 Garden Bike Wash!

Swim 2 u Blog – Day 194 Garden Bike Wash!

Can you rig up a bike wash like in the photo? You will need plastic piping and connectors. Drill holes through the pipes, join them together, add ribbons, sponges and a hosepipe! A great project for hours of fun! (Always supervise children around water). #mornington...
Swim 2 u Blog – Day 192 Garden Games.

Swim 2 u Blog – Day 192 Garden Games.

With warmer days on the way in Melbourne, it’s time for some garden games. You set up an obstacle course for the children and here’s one idea for an obstacle! Tie some string between two garden chairs and hang balloons from them. #poolsafety #watersafety...
Swim 2 u Blog – Day 180 Water Sensory Play.

Swim 2 u Blog – Day 180 Water Sensory Play.

Melbourne’s weather will be nice and warm this weekend, so why not set up some outside water sensory play. A bowl of water with cups, bowls, sponges and toys will keep our little busy for hours! (Always supervise children around water). #poolsafety #watersafety...
Swim 2 u Blog-Day 172 Outdoor Sensory Fun!

Swim 2 u Blog-Day 172 Outdoor Sensory Fun!

As Melbourne’s weather starts to warm up, here’s a great idea for some outdoor sensory fun. Let the children explore, get messy and have fun! #poolsafety #watersafety #swimminglessons #melbournechildren #coronavirusactivities #stayathome...
Swim 2 u Blog – Day 151 Sensory Bottles.

Swim 2 u Blog – Day 151 Sensory Bottles.

Another great sensory idea to keep our little ones fascinated… • Glitter Bottle – Fill a bottle half with baby oil, then fill with water, add glitter. Glue lid closed. • Bead Bottle – Add beads, rice, pasta, anything that makes a noise. Glue lid...

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