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Toddler treasure basket

Handmade toddler gift
Treasure baskets aren't just a great way to keep babies entertained, you can put together an engaging treasure basket for toddlers for less than £5 too.
Whether your looking to create a unique gift for your toddler this Christmas, or simply keep them busy with their own basket, so you can get on with some craft, this easy to put together Heuristic treasure basket should be just the thing.
fine motor skills treasure basket
To make a toddler treasure basket, you will need:
A spinning top
A pipe cleaner
Some wooden beads
Clothes pegs
Some ribbon (tied around an unvarnished curtain ring or teething ring)
Some feathers
Some Lolly sticks
A baby maraca
And finally a basket
toddler sensory play treasure basket
I have my son his treasure basket this weekend, as he's been unwell and not up to his normal play. This basket is sensory play, threading toy and fine motor skills refinement all in one.
For more heuristic play and treasure basket ideas click here 

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