Young children love playing with sand and water and find both relaxing.
Since dry sand and wet sand behave in different ways, it is worth giving your child experience of both.
Buckets and spades can be used for counting activities, looking at shapes and comparing weights and lengths.
One of the most important aspects of sand play can be the social side of a child's development. Where more than one child is playing in the sand, they can learn sharing, negotiating and turn taking.
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