Cleaning the Dusty Musties Sensory Station

I gave her a dishcloth and you can always give an extra kitchen towel.
Clean the 'Dusty Musties' Sensory Play


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  1. July 18, 2018

    […] but this was mainly so I could go through everything and pack it up or set it aside for the party. If your kids are Doc McStuffins fans you could further entice them by mentioning the toys have the &…… but it’s fun enough and they enjoy ‘cleaning’ toys enough that I […]

  2. September 12, 2018

    […] I frequently extend the play and get them to clean up their toys themselves by switching out the oobleck for water. They can decide if they want bubbles (dish soap) or not. If they spill enough water it’s a simple towel wipe of the table and then the floor. Part of the play can also include drying their toys off afterwards. If they’re not interested you could always tell them they’re doctoring their toys (Ada has come up with cleaning her toys’ dusty musties befo…. […]

  3. March 22, 2020

    […] make a soapy bin for them to play in. Are they getting bored? Why not bring Doc McStuffins into it. I changed up the bubbly water play by getting them to clean the ‘dusty musties’ from the…. This optimal setup had a soapy water bin, a plain water bin, and a kitchen towel so they could […]

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