Published at Thursday, November 16th, 2017 - 18:26:21 PM. . By Paige Mcconnell.
Bubble-making is another fascinating activity. Not just about getting clean, bubbles introduce basic concepts of chemistry and physics. Plain water doesnt bubble while adding special ingredients creates bubbles. Bubbles are made with air and eventually pop. There are plenty of interesting abstract concepts in a simple bubble bath. Many different types of childrens educational toys support imaginative play in the bath tub. From animal families to boats, kids will find something to hold their imaginations. Other types include musical toys and art toys. Whether its soap crayons or paint, bells or whistles, learning combines with bathtub play. For quiet time in the bath, try reading a waterproof bath book with a baby or toddler.
Pouring water is universally popular and fun for kids of all ages from babies to older children. Recycled containers are a good starting point, and plenty of childrens educational toys expand on this idea. Some bath toys have appealing features like funny shapes and faces. Others are like families with individuals that represent adults and children. These sets will have long-lasting appeal even after the thrill of pouring wears off, as they can be used in imaginative play.
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