Start with a bright little bucket or something with a handle. It will keep everything together and kids always love carrying things around. You could use anything you already have around the house, an old easter basket, something from your kitchen… get creative!
To your bucket, add some cleaning cloths. I used a bunch of old baby washcloths that had seen better days. Why choose a boring old white rag when you can have colorful stripes? If you don’t have old washcloths, you could cut up cotton t-shirts, or use old dishcloths or towels. I sewed little ribbon tabs at the corner to designate them as the cleaning washcloths, and give her the ability to hang them to dry if she wants.
Add a spray bottle filled with plain water. You can use an empty bottle of surface spray, so that it makes them think that they have an actual cleaning product. You don’t have to worry about where it gets sprayed since it is plain water. And squeezing the spay nozzle helps build coordination and develop the muscles in their little hands.
Throw in a toothbrush, for the deep cleaning. I used a toothbrush that had come in one of those complimentary airline toiletries kit, but any old toothbrush would work fine.
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