The shave cream table is irresistible in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on March 11, 2011

in Creative Art, Sensory Play, shave cream, The Value of Play

I wish everyone could have seen the delight in this little girl’s face as she was playing in the shave cream today…

Shave cream play was one of several activities the teacher had out on the classroom tables to explore…

But this little girl just kept going back to the shave cream table…

Once she would get shave cream all over her hands and up to her elbows…

She would go and wash her hands and then go back for more…

As I observed the children at play at the shave cream table, I just had to smile.  The most simple ideas are often times the most engaging…

Don’t overlook the simple!

Check out Marbled Shave Cream by Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning!

And try a little shave cream painting on a mirror from the Artful Parent!

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