With as much work that goes on around our communities, kids tend to get used to seeing construction sites all around. What would our communities do without construction? If you are talking to your homeschool about differing occupations, then this construction small world play will be a hit for your toddler during the lessons.
This resource shows how you can make a construction zone in a sensory bin for your toddlers to enjoy. It is a super fun activity for your little learners for small world play. It is super simple to create and you may have all the items you need right in your home.
Boost imaginative play and help your kiddos learn with fine-motor skills during your homeschool time. Here are some of the materials you may need:
- Cardboard box
- Glass stones
- Wood pieces
- Sandbox shovel
- Toy trucks
Green Toys Dump Truck in Yellow and Red – BPA Free, Phthalates Free Play Toys for Gross Motor, Fine Motor Skill Development. Pretend PlayBattat Mini Monster Trucks – Set of 6 Mini Trucks for Toddlers in Storage Bag for 2 years +Green Toys Scooper Construction TruckDOUBLE E 17 Channel Full Functional Remote Control Truck Metal Shovel RC Excavator with 2 Bonus Drill and GraspIusun RC Vehicles, 1:18 6CH Remote Control Vehicles Snow Sweeper Machine Rechargeable Toy for Adults Kids Gift Toys (Yellow)Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night?Tonka Classic Steel Mighty Dump Truck FFPMatchbox Garbage Truck Large [Amazon Exclusive]
You might also enjoy these free construction-themed printables:
Check out how to make construction zone small world play for toddlers shared by My Bored Toddler.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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