Spider-Man Water Bin

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In the USA we are getting ready for our big 4th of July celebration coming up this week.  Our country flag is red, white, and blue.  So for the holiday I often set up play activities for the kids with that color scheme.  We often add stars…  This year with growing superhero fans I thought we would mix up the holiday play.  This year we are playing with a red and blue color scheme but adding in some Spider-Man fun!!  Today I am sharing a super simple(which we love) Spider-Man Water Bin.  My 1yr, 3yr, and 5yr LOVED this bin.  I loved the easy setup and almost no clean up.  Keeping them cool and busy on a hot summer day was a plus too.
 
Spider-Man Water Bin
 

 Spider-Man Water Bin


Spider-Man Water Bin

What we used:

under the bed storage container “water bin”

plastic cups

black glitter

red food coloring

Spider-Man toy

play spiders

water

Spider-Man Water Bin

We love the Dollar Tree.  We took a trip there that morning to pick up some gear for a Spider-Man fun week.  We already had the superhero toys but needed a few spiders…  We found these really cool spider-man ring pops.  The boys could not wait to try them out that afternoon.

Spider-Man Water Bin

What we did:

I added warm water to the bin and a little red food coloring.  I then sprinkled in a black glitter for fun.  The kids put the toys in and cups.  Now it was playtime!  The Spider-Man ring pops were a big hit.

Spider-Man Water Bin
 
 
Simple setup and great for multiple ages, sibling bonding, teaching kids to share, great for scooping and pouring, imaginations play….etc.  Water play is such a great way to let kids learn and explore on their own. A fun way to explore their sense of touch and sight. I sat beside them and watched them as they played.  They took over and used their own imaginations and problem solving to have a great afternoon.
 
 
 
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