Sensory bags are easy to make and so fun! I myself have a hard time putting them down, you can put anything in them, and once you start making them you might find it quite hard to stop! Here are a few of our favorite sensory bags that we have made as well as a bunch of amazing ideas from others!
Sparkle Squish Bag
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This sensory bag is so fun! The more it is handled the more soapy bubbles that form, and the best part- they sparkle!
I-SPY Alphabet Squish Bag
This sensory bag has been great for reviewing letters & their sounds. Rosie loves being asked to find the letters. She will squish the contents around until she is able to locate the letter asked, and then she will quickly ask for me to give her another to find
As she finds each letter we talk about it's phonetic sound.
Ocean Squish Bag
Rosie loves the feel of the hair gel in the bag. She couldn't stop giggling, and her nose kept crinkling up in the most adorable way!
Beach in a Bag
- One bottle of clear hair gel
- Yellow food coloring
- One large zip-seal bag
- Sea shells
- Optional: play sand
- Combine ingredients in a zip-seal bag, secure the bag, and then the kids can play!