Add the desired amount of baking soda to a sensory bin or container. Then, slowly mix in shaving cream. I used one large box of baking soda and almost a full can of shaving foam. As you slowly mix in the shaving cream you will discover a fantastic mold-able snow. The snow is super soft, silky smooth, and smells so clean and fresh. It is also naturally cold. I am not sure why exactly but it is! It feels just like fresh fallen powder in your hands.

11 Ways To Make The Holidays More Magical For Kids

Add the desired amount of baking soda to a sensory bin or container. Then, slowly mix in shaving cream. I used one large box of baking soda and almost a full can of shaving foam. As you slowly mix in the shaving cream you will discover a fantastic mold-ab

Penguin Banana Dippers haha! Great to get kids eating healthy food!! - love this recipe.

Fruity Penguins

cute frozen banana and chocolate penguin snack. If I ever need a pen name it will be Frozen Banana Penguin.

A beautiful snowflake sensory bin for winter. Great for toddlers and preschoolers to practice their fine-motor skills and social skills.

Snowflake Sensory Bin for Learning and Fun

Learning can be so much fun when you use this beautiful snowflake sensory bin for learning and fun! Build skills with a bit of winter excitement!

Winter wonderland sensory bin.

Winter Wonderland Sensory Bin

This beats the mundane sensory bins! Winter Wonderland Sensory Bin - bring the fun of winter inside!

Making Snowflakes on a Mirror (from Happy Hooligans)

Snowflake Activity with Gems and Mirrors

Winter Sensory Bin from Crayon Freckles

Crayon Freckles supports making the most of childhood with creative play and learning activities.

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