Flour Piping Sensory Activity for Kids

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After seeing the sand piping bags at Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning, I knew it was a sensory activity that Henry would love to get messy doing. Minus the sand, we made our own flour piping bags.

After our Free Play : Stirring and Mixing activity, I couldn’t let Henry miss out on mixing together the flour and water.

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Henry measured and scooped flour into a large bowl and added some lots of water.

I poured some of the mixture into ziploc bags and added a bit of paint.

Sensory Play:

Henry squished the mixture together to mix the color in thoroughly.

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I snipped a corner off the bag.

The mixture was very runny, and ran out of the bag immediately.

Nevertheless, Henry squeezed it out and made large colored puddles.

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When the red color was added to the blue, it didn’t mix together to make purple.

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Instead, it created swirls of colors.

Glitter was added as a finishing touch. [Lots of glitter, the shaker is now empty.]

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Henry noticed as some of mixture ran off the paper : “a river!”

The glitter showed the flow of the river.

Henry created his own rivers of glitter all over the paper.

Of course, this ended in one very sloppy mess!

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Henry is 3 years old.

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