This is a fun craft to build together and a different way to draw, scribble, and try out writing!
Drawing and scribbles at a young age are the first steps to learning how to write later on.
WHAT YOU NEED:
1 package of instant pudding (made beforehand) or a can of shaving cream
Packing or duct tape (optional)
WHAT TO DO:
Put the pudding or shaving cream into the bag. Make sure not to fill it too full.
Lay the bag on a flat surface and let the creativity begin!
DO IT TOGETHER!
Your toddler will enjoy squishing the mixture around making abstract patterns. If you have an older child, encourage them to make letters or draw pictures.
Have some fun yourself by copying their designs and talk with them about what they are doing.
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