Space Invitation to Play Sensory Box *Limited Edition*
Let your little astronaut explore planets and our solar system. This Solar System is a great way to allow children to physically explore individual planets and paint their own version.
Sensory trays have become an increasingly popular tool that is used for both calming and educational purposes. Allow your child to engage in age-appropriate mindfulness activities, developing dispositions such as curiosity and creativity. With a plethora of learning opportunities, these can be used for an invitation to play to promote creativity and imagination.
* Activity 1: Play Tray invitation to play (silver space rocks, space figurines, black space rocks, wooden planets, plastic stars, LED lights, Wooden Spoon, Wooden puzzle pieces)
* Activity 2: Paint your planets – can you name the planets? What colours are they? How many are there?
* Activity 3: Look inside Space book facts – can you match your planets to your creations?
* Activity 4: Galactic Dust - what starts off as glittery dust turns into a cold, fluffy sensation once water is added! Plus, every tin comes with a friendly alien, which is perfect for small world play.
* Activity 5: Name that Planet Board - can you find the planets in your book ?
*Activity 6: Space puzzle match (12 piece set) - can you read the word and match the picture? These puzzle pieces are extremely versatile. They work great with your play tray set up and use them for tracing - another great activity for fine motor skills.
Fine Motor Skills
Literacy and Numeracy
What inside the box?
Round Wooden Planets x 8
Wild Republic Space Tube - x 1
Space Book - Peep Inside x 1
LED Lights x 1
Paint x 1
Paint Brush x 1
Silver Moon Rocks x 1 pack
Black Rocks x 1 pack
Wooden Scoop x 1
Galaxy Dust x 1
Planets Wooden Board x 1
Wooden Space Puzzle (12 piece set)
* Wooden tray not included but available for purchase *
Enjoy hours of fun! This is a beautiful way to reconnect with your little ones on an emotional level - nurture them and make them feel loved daily “fill their buckets.”