Simple Baby Play: Nature Sensory Play on a Mirror
The weather is about to take a turn for the worst here; true Fall-ish weather will be here before we know it! Thankfully we have taken advantage of the few beautiful days left and all the beauty that Fall brings.
I didn't want my baby boy to miss out so I set up a nature exploration activity in our backyard. I grabbed my mirror that I used for our Ocean Sensory Play activity, a blanket, and had big brother gather some things from our yard. We had a few flowers, pine cones, pine tree branches, maple leaves, and a few other odds and ends for this Nature Exploration on a Mirror.
I set up our blanket under a tree so that we would see the tree's reflection in the mirror. It was a gorgeous afternoon and I simply sat baby boy down and let him explore! Because we had a few smallish items on the mirror, I kept my eyes on him-- but how could I turn away, he is just oh, so cute!
Having the mirror on the ground intimidated him a bit; he would lean over, but this new surface made him a bit apprehensive and he would lean back. Come forward, reach for something, and lean back.
He loved the pinecones...
Big brother and Little Sis came over to explore, too-- but I didn't have my camera handy. It was a great experience for all of us! Has your baby explored the Fall beauty?
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