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With two children on the autism spectrum, we are all about sensory play. We participate in so much sensory play that I’ve started to dream about ways to keep it fresh and exciting. I decided on themed sensory activities that incorporate beloved characters. I put up themed garland, covered the table to prepare for our messy sensory fun, sprinkled confetti, and dressed Jo in her Disney Frozen Olaf shirt. It was time for Disney Frozen Themed Sensory Play!
I brought out a tray of milk bottles and filled them with blueberry kefir. Bounty Prints Featuring Disney Frozen are a must-have for any Disney Frozen activity! These new Bounty Prints Featuring Disney Frozen come in Paper Towels and Quilted Napkins and are 2x more absorbent versus the leading ordinary brand. They’re the perfect Quicker Picker Upper to have on hand before you bring out the shaving cream!
That’s right – get that can of shaving cream ready for sensory play! I put a tablecloth on our table and placed vinyl placemats on top to aid in the cleanup process. I sprayed a pile of shaving cream on each child’s place mat and let them get to “work!” Does the shaving cream remind you of Arendelle’s snowy landscape?
My kids enjoyed using straws to blow the shaving cream around the place mat. Jo drew in the shaving cream with her straw, and C used some of his favorite cars to drive through the shaving cream. The great thing about this sensory play? The messier, the better!
It can be challenging to keep them interested in an organized activity, but both of my kids had a great time with this sensory play. The limited edition Bounty Prints Featuring Disney Frozen even excited them enough to help me clean up the mess! Which toys will you use in your Disney Frozen Themed Sensory Play?