Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

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Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti is a very simple play idea that children of all ages enjoy. The cool, colourful stringy strands are almost irresistible, even to adults. By simply cooking and colouring spaghetti children are treated to a wonderful sensory experience that is hard to compare to any other and it’s amazing the different ways you can play with it too.

You might remember a number of years ago I did this . She absolutely loved it and so I was really excited to do it again, but also include Boo , who loved it probably just as much! This really is an activity that all age groups can enjoy.

So the first step is to colour the pasta, which you can find my.

Allow me to share with you a few tips

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

- Slightly undercook the spaghetti than over cook it. You’ll need less colouring

- Rinse pasta really well under cool water once cooked to remove all starch

- Once you’ve coloured the spaghetti, allow it to dry completely before play

I just love the vibrancy of these spaghetti strands.

Such a great way to talk and learn more about colours!

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Possum, who can occasionally hesitate to engage in similar sensory type activities, loved the challenge of trying to mix up all the colourful spaghetti strands. She couldn’t get enough of it and loved burring her fingers in as much as she could!

Yes, of course spaghetti needs to be picked up and dropped down. Hahaha

Don’t forget feet during sensory play!

Before I knew it, feet were involved and squishing the strands of spaghetti. So often do we forget that feet are important in sensory exploration too. So next time you have your child engaging in a sensory related activity, get their shoes and socks off and see if they’ll dig their feet in. Wonderful!

Possum gave herself the challenge of tying the strands of spaghetti into knots. It was a difficult challenge but one worth attempting. You could also add some tongs or similar to help children develop their . Sorting the different coloured strands would make a great challenge I’m sure kids would enjoy.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

I’m disappointed I didn’t get a good picture of this for you guys….

Possum came up with the idea of making pictures with the different coloured strands of spaghetti. Of course children don’t have to stick to the colours they know things to be, however, Possum made a picture using green spaghetti for the grass, blue for the sky, yellow sun and a red house. Brilliant!

Boo was incredibly eager to be involved in the play too. This is such a fabulous sensory activity for babies because it is quite safe for them to taste and wonderful for them to get their little fingers in and explore.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti is an easy to make sensory activity for children. I also love that it suits a wide range of ages. Perfect for all children, especially babies and children with special needs. Of course you don’t have to colour the strands of spaghetti, you might prefer it uncoloured. It still is lots of great fun. Enjoy

Would your child enjoy getting their hands into cooked spaghetti?

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

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This is great thank you so much for sharing beautiful photos aswell. ????

Oh Madeleine, thank you so kindly for your lovely comments. I very much appreciate that.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

This activity was so much fun for all of us. I hope you get a chance to make it. I really could have added so many more photos, but I had to restrain myself. LOL ????

This looks like so much fun! What a fun colourful activity.:)

We had such a wonderful time thanks Kat. My little girl has a huge thing for rainbows at the moment so it only seemed right to the colour the spaghetti. LOL

Such fun! So lovely to see them both playing together and what lovely pics! Thanks for sharing ????

It seriously warms my heart to see them play together Debs. This activity had us all laughing and having fun. ????

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Visit Laughing Kids Learn for details on how to make rainbow spaghetti for play, as well as some great ideas for how to use it for learning.

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Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti is a very simple play idea that children of all ages enjoy. The cool, colourful stringy strands are almost irresistible, even to adults. By simply cooking and colouring spaghetti children are treated to a wonderful sensory experience that is hard to compare to any other and it’s amazing the different ways you can play with it too.

You might remember a number of years ago I did this . She absolutely loved it and so I was really excited to do it again, but also include Boo , who loved it probably just as much! This really is an activity that all age groups can enjoy.

So the first step is to colour the pasta, which you can find my.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Allow me to share with you a few tips

- Slightly undercook the spaghetti than over cook it. You’ll need less colouring

- Rinse pasta really well under cool water once cooked to remove all starch

- Once you’ve coloured the spaghetti, allow it to dry completely before play

I just love the vibrancy of these spaghetti strands.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Such a great way to talk and learn more about colours!

Possum, who can occasionally hesitate to engage in similar sensory type activities, loved the challenge of trying to mix up all the colourful spaghetti strands. She couldn’t get enough of it and loved burring her fingers in as much as she could!

Yes, of course spaghetti needs to be picked up and dropped down. Hahaha

Don’t forget feet during sensory play!

Before I knew it, feet were involved and squishing the strands of spaghetti. So often do we forget that feet are important in sensory exploration too. So next time you have your child engaging in a sensory related activity, get their shoes and socks off and see if they’ll dig their feet in. Wonderful!

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Possum gave herself the challenge of tying the strands of spaghetti into knots. It was a difficult challenge but one worth attempting. You could also add some tongs or similar to help children develop their . Sorting the different coloured strands would make a great challenge I’m sure kids would enjoy.

I’m disappointed I didn’t get a good picture of this for you guys….

Possum came up with the idea of making pictures with the different coloured strands of spaghetti. Of course children don’t have to stick to the colours they know things to be, however, Possum made a picture using green spaghetti for the grass, blue for the sky, yellow sun and a red house. Brilliant!

Boo was incredibly eager to be involved in the play too. This is such a fabulous sensory activity for babies because it is quite safe for them to taste and wonderful for them to get their little fingers in and explore.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti is an easy to make sensory activity for children. I also love that it suits a wide range of ages. Perfect for all children, especially babies and children with special needs. Of course you don’t have to colour the strands of spaghetti, you might prefer it uncoloured. It still is lots of great fun. Enjoy

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Would your child enjoy getting their hands into cooked spaghetti?

Great value ebooks featuring Laughing Kids Learn

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Filed Under: , , , , , , Tagged With: ,

This is great thank you so much for sharing beautiful photos aswell. ????

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Oh Madeleine, thank you so kindly for your lovely comments. I very much appreciate that.

This activity was so much fun for all of us. I hope you get a chance to make it. I really could have added so many more photos, but I had to restrain myself. LOL ????

This looks like so much fun! What a fun colourful activity.:)

We had such a wonderful time thanks Kat. My little girl has a huge thing for rainbows at the moment so it only seemed right to the colour the spaghetti. LOL

Such fun! So lovely to see them both playing together and what lovely pics! Thanks for sharing ????

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

It seriously warms my heart to see them play together Debs. This activity had us all laughing and having fun. ????

Visit Laughing Kids Learn for details on how to make rainbow spaghetti for play, as well as some great ideas for how to use it for learning.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

My name is Kate and I am a mum to two little girls, Possum and Boo. We have lots of fun together learning with play at home and are pleased to share some of what we do with you.

Find posts by month Select Month April 2019 February 2019 January 2019 December 2018 October 2018 September 2018 August 2018 July 2018 June 2018 May 2018 April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 January 2018 December 2017 November 2017 October 2017 September 2017 August 2017 July 2017 June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 December 2016 November 2016 October 2016 September 2016 August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Copyright © 2019 · on · ·

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti is a very simple play idea that children of all ages enjoy. The cool, colourful stringy strands are almost irresistible, even to adults. By simply cooking and colouring spaghetti children are treated to a wonderful sensory experience that is hard to compare to any other and it’s amazing the different ways you can play with it too.

You might remember a number of years ago I did this . She absolutely loved it and so I was really excited to do it again, but also include Boo , who loved it probably just as much! This really is an activity that all age groups can enjoy.

Playing with rainbow coloured spaghetti

So the first step is to colour the pasta, which you can find my.

Allow me to share with you a few tips

- Slightly undercook the spaghetti than over cook it. You’ll need less colouring

- Rinse pasta really well under cool water once cooked to remove all starch

- Once you’ve coloured the spaghetti, allow it to dry completely before play

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