I hadn’t even set up the cornflake sensory tuff spot before Adam was straight in there. I tipped a whole bag of value Cornflakes into the Tuff Spot Tray (affiliate link) and went back inside to get the box of recycled plastic containers. I came out to find Adam already stomping in the cornflakes.
The Tuff Spot was wet from where it had rained during the night. This made some of the cornflakes mushy and they stuck to Adam’s fingers. I thought this would put Adam off but he just tried to brush them off him. He explored the cornflakes with his hands, feet, scoops, trays and kitchen roll holders.
Adam placed the cornflakes in the plastic containers before filling up the milk bottle scoop with his fingers. Once it was full he then emptied the cornflakes out a few at a time onto the grass.
He tried scooping the cornflakes up with the kitchen roll tube but couldn’t work out why they had disappeared when he looked through the hole.
UPDATE: Instead of cleaning up the cornflakes I decided to empty the Tuff Spot contents onto the grass and let the birds eat them. Note to self – birds do not eat cornflakes, well certainly not 500g!
* Tuff Spot Tray (affiliate link)
* Cornflakes. I used 500g Value Cornflakes
* Kitchen rolls, plastic containers, milk bottle scoop
Adam was 20 months old.
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