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    we have been thinking about how well we stimulate children's senses and provide sensory play as part of our ongoing self-evaluation - and we have written a blog

    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ses-every-day/

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    Thank you Sarah for sharing these fantastic ideas. Sensory play is my personal favourite and I'm always looking out for new ideas :-)

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    Thankyou for sharing this Sarah.
    I have a herb garden at the front of my home with a lavendar border but have never had huge success with the lavendar play doh - could you signpost me to one that you use?? Do you use lavendar oil / water or actual lavendar??

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    Thanks.
    I love lavender playdough.

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    My lilac trees are in full bloom at the moment - the blossoms make the most amazing scented playdough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloraDora View Post
    Thankyou for sharing this Sarah.
    I have a herb garden at the front of my home with a lavendar border but have never had huge success with the lavendar play doh - could you signpost me to one that you use?? Do you use lavendar oil / water or actual lavendar??
    I use lavender from the garden and lavender seeds which I bought - both in the same batch of play doh. You do need quite a lot

 

 

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