Sand and Water Fine Motor Tool Set

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Add even more fun to your splash-filled adventures! With the Sand & Water Fine Motor Set from Learning Resources, kids discover four new ways to learn in the sand and surf.

This set of four toddler-sized tools includes a squeezy bottle, spinner, wavy dropper, and scooper, each of which demonstrates a different physical concept through fun, easy-to-understand interactive play. Made of durable plastic, these tools are tough enough to accompany kids wherever water is found-add even more interactive fun to water and texture tables, bring learning into the bath, or combine them with the buckets and shovels of your existing beach kits for a fun twist on the traditional sand castle.

In addition to adding fun to outings and activities, the Sand & Water Fine Motor Set also helps kids build the fine motor skills and hand muscle strength they need as part of school readiness checklists.

**Four tools for sand and water play help kids build fine motor skills while having fun
**Includes a squeezy bottle, spinner, wavy dropper, and scooper sized just right for toddlers' hands
**Each tool demonstrates a different physical concept during interactive play that strengthens hand muscles and coordination
**Durable plastic construction makes toys tough enough for trips to the beach, bath, or water table

Ages 3+

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Samantha H.
Australia Australia

Well received

The dropper and squeezy bottle are great for water play. Scissor scoops good for sensory play like rice. The spiral one is yet to get used- we couldn’t really work out it’s purpose.


Little Toy Tribe

Hi Samantha The spiral one is an Archimedes screw. It's great for digging into dry sand. Push the base into the sand, hold the blue section and turn the handle. Hope you have fun :) - Dion