It’s been quite a while since I posted anything to do with play trays but they are still going strong in our house and are still also one of the most played with things! We have had a couple of the same ones for a while, purely because Lily just loved them too much to switch them up quite yet so I have only been changing the one but I thought it was time our duck pond went and something new took its place. This
What you’ll need:
- A selection of paint sample cards
- Wooden Pegs
- A piece of sturdy card
Cut out a rectangle of card, I used an old Papergang box but you can use anything that’s sturdy.
Cut out two little strips off of your paint samples and stick one to the card and one to a peg
Use the pegs to help hold the glue in place and leave to dry.
I chose quite a range of shades for this particular one for Lily, she is really good with her
This is such a quick and easy play tray idea that will help our child practice a lot of different skills including
For more play ideas, see my 30 days of play post!