Sensory Activities - Ice Cube Painting | Senso Minds

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Sensory Activities - Ice Cube Painting

Ice Cube Painting is a super simple and easy DIY Sensory Activity to do with your child during these days of quarantine. With arts and crafts stores possibly being closed, getting your hands on paint and paintbrushes might be a bit difficult!

With some popsicle sticks, food coloring, an ice cube tray, and water, you can create your own ice cube paint blocks!

To start, just fill up your ice tray with water and place a few drops of different food colorings in each ice cube compartment. Once done, stick your popsicle sticks and leave them to freeze overnight!

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