Puffy ice cream cones in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on July 28, 2010

in Creative Art, Sensory Play, The Value of Play

The children enjoyed the sensory experience as well as the creativity of making these puffy ice cream cones…

The teacher added some glue and food coloring to shave cream….

And then the children mixed it all together…

Each child chose the color they wanted to use for the topping of their ice cream cones…

They used plastic spoons to dip out the shave cream mixture and tap it on the paper cone.

The children absolutely loved the combination of the shave cream and food color. The teacher whipped up a second batch, without the glue, for the children just to play with. They loved the feel and the colors and it was a pleasure to watch them enjoy this experience….

In this class the teacher added glitter to the shave cream and food color. These children just enjoyed playing with the mixture…

It may look messy but it washed off very easily…

So I could go on and on because I have so many wonderful photos but you get the idea:)

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