My last tip for using your sand & water table. Making your own dinosaur eggs is easy, they just take a few days to dry, so plan accordingly. Check out my full post at the Jacksonville Moms Blog of the recipe.
We love big bubbles and we cannot lie. Fill your water table with bubble solution to beat the summer blues. Check out other ideas over at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Shaving cream is fun for kids of all ages. Read the other fun things to do with your water table in the post I did for the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
Sand is a great medium for little hands to practice writing. Read some more ideas for your water table over at the Jacksonville Moms Blog.
This is my favorite use of the water table. Because they have a plug at the bottom to drain water, they make great coolers for drinks. Check out some other fun ideas for your water table at Jacksonville Moms Blog.
One of our favorite ways to use our water table is to create a sensory tub with something squishy. Rarely a week goes by when the sand & water table doesn’t get used. Obviously, water is the main attraction of the table. Little kids love water. As a mom, I love that they can […]