“Natural” Truck Wash Sensory Play [Sponsored by The Honest Company]

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Honest Company. All opinions are authentic and my own. Please see my disclosure policy.

Simple Sensory Play with Monster Trucks!

My kids are pretty typical kids.  If it suds and makes bubbles, they want to play with or in it.  But I’m not sure if I’m a typical mama or not.  Because when The Honest Company offered to send me some of their natural dish cleaning products to try out, I immediately though – sensory play! – not dishes.  (Actually I think that just makes me a mom that hates doing dishes!)  Check out the sensory fun we had…

A Simple Truck Wash for Sensory Play - Sponsored by #TheHonestCompany at B-Inspired Mama

A “Natural” Monster Truck Wash for Sensory Play

The Honest Company sent us everything we needed for the perfect “Natural” Monster Truck Wash.  A couple scrubber sponges (made of cellulose and walnut), a really cool bamboo dish brush (which was perfect for getting into those pesky monster truck wheels), some plant-based extra-sudsy dish soap, and organic cotton dish cloths for that fine truck detailing.

Sensory Play with a Monster Truck Wash - Sponsored by #TheHonestCompany at B-Inspired Mama

What?!  Don’t your little monster truck drivers care about natural, non-toxic ingredients?  Okay, so of course, my kids could care less.  They just worry about how big the bubbles are.  But as a mom, I loved knowing that they were safer during their sensory play.  And that our sensory play was making less of an impact on the environment was an added bonus, too.

A Natural Truck Wash and Sensory Play - Sponsored by #TheHonestCompany at B-Inspired Mama

Little J.C. was loving splishing and splashing the trucks down the ramp into the water.  Which of course is super fun, but I particularly loved watching Sawyer and Priscilla use the sponges and dish brush with such intention in their monster truck “cleaning.”  And then drying them up with the dish cloths was great fine motor practice, too.

Simple Sensory Play with a Monster Truck Wash - Sponsored by #TheHonestCompany at B-Inspired Mama

 

Priscilla especially loved the fresh citrus scent of the dish soap, which added another sensory element to the play.  And I loved that the “mess” they made was at least a clean one!  Now I guess I better use it to wash some dishes, too…

Wanna Try Some Natural Products from The Honest Company?

You can get many of the dish cleaning products we used in our sensory play in a convenient bundle from The Honest Company shipped right to your door.  The Honest Company offers lots of different eco-friendly and safe products for families, too; from diapers to cleaners to nutritional supplements.  Here’s a great discount just for you…

Get $10 off a minimum purchase of $40 using the code, Sway10off40. Applies to U.S. and Canadian residents only (one per customer). Valid for first-time orders only. Expires November 17, 2013.

Enter to Win a Gift Certificate from The Honest Company at B-Inspired Mama

And I’m so excited to announce that The Honest Company is offering one lucky winner a $500 gift certificate!  (Yahoo!)  The giveaway will be open until midnight PST on November, 21, 2013, and the winner will be announced on The Honest Company’s Facebook Page on November 22nd.  Just enter the rafflecopter here…

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Do your kids like sensory play?  Do you worry about their sensory materials being safe and non-toxic?  I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.  

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Honest Company.  For more information, visit http://www.honest.com.

About Krissy Bonning-Gould

Krissy Bonning-Gould is a former art teacher turned full-time mama of 3 who authors B-Inspired Mama to share inspiration for simple kids crafts, family recipes, learning fun, and creative parenting.

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