Sand games for kids
Sand games for kids do not necessarily have to be limited by mud pies and sand castles, you can create a whole world or a farm animal, just like we did.
Walking around the house with the children, we have collected a lot of “building material” for future farm – twigs, stones, flowers, large and small leaves, shells and a block, which can be a barn or house.
We started construction and made houses, decorated space around, planted trees and flowers.
This is a pond with shells, there is a swimming dolphin and a resting turtle.
Maybe you think that it was a silly idea, but I can say that my children were really interesting and had fun. Maybe also because we did all these things together and I told something about the animals, nature and construction and the children were fascinated.
When construction was completed, we settled animals that were made the day before and they had been on the shelf and bored.
The children played in the sandbox for a few hours, rebuilt something and brought new toys. And then about a week they were not dismantling the building and periodically returned to the game.