Just a picture, a sand (sensory) table. I love this display of all the natural and wooden materials.

Trees study unit- sand, scoops and loose parts what a great way to explore texture,form,pattern and nature

Love the idea of a giant sponge in the sensory table - from Tom Bedard. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

It has been more than two years since I wrote about a Giant Sponge in the sensory table. A Giant Sponge is simply a big piece of foam cut.

Exploring capacity by filling cups with flannels and sponges.

Exploring capacity by filling cups with flannels and sponges. How much does each sponge or flannel hold - EYFS

Sand provision. Top shelf; shells, pine cones, matchsticks, tea spoons, scales and gems. Middle shelf; utensils, measuring spoons, colander, bowls, tins. Bottom shelf; wooden bowls, feathers, coconut shells, sticks, coloured spools.

Sand provision. Top shelf; shells, pine cones, matchsticks, tea spoons, scales and gems. Middle shelf; utensils, measuring spoons, colander, bowls, tins. Bottom shelf; wooden bowls, feathers, coconut shells, sticks, coloured spools.

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