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SHIVERY Sparkle Snow Sensory Bag from Growing A Jeweled Rose. It's COLD!

To make these really cool sensory bags, all you need is some hair gel, baggies, and food color. I purchased hair gel from the Dollar Store and used food color that comes in tubes to make the bright colors…

hair gel + food coloring = great OT/sensory play (add in color and letter/sound recognition and spelling for older kids who still need the OT) Used this for my preschool class...they loved it.just make sure you tape them shut or they will pop them :)

This is just one way to make sensory baggies. Materials Needed: Hair gel or thick shampoo. Food Coloring optional: Various themed goodies, sequins, glitter etc Directions: 1. Add hair gel to the baggie just a few tablespoons you don't want the baggie to full. 2. Add coloring and any optional themed enrichments i.e. sea creatures, glitter, confetti etc. 3. Seal baggie with tape 4. place inside another baggie 5. Seal this baggie on all edges with clear packing tape

  • Sandy Adams

    I just made a set of these for the Discovery Center in my classroom. They are awesome! Can't wait for the kids to explore and comment about them!

For my nephew! Baby Oil Sensory Bag, read the precautions at the end of post - baby oil is dangerous if ingested or aspirated. Putting this in a double ziplock bag may be a good idea.

How to make sensory bags for babies and toddlers...they are ridiculously easy and lots of fun.

Baby sensory bag: Freezer ziplock bag, some hair gel, duct tape, and a few things to put in the bag-a few buttons, some beads, silly bands, and a couple of flat marbles. #perfectforchurch

GLOWING sensory bags- super fun sensory play without the mess! Lots of glowing bag ideas in the post.

  • Sylvia Patton

    Thank you so much for these ideas my daughter and I are planning the Glowing Water Treasure Dive she can't wait!!

This is great i just need to figure ou a heavy plastic since my baby would bite through. Baby Sensory Bag: probably the best baby toy ever!

40 fun sensory bags! Ideas ranging from tummy time for babies to pre-writing practice for older kids...plus GIANT ones for summer sensory play!

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