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  • Kierstyn Z

    Giant Squishy Sensory Bag Clear plastic sheeting (any size), duct tape, and food coloring. Just tape up the sides into a bladder then fill it up with a water hose. I got the sheeting from Home Depot's paint section in the aisle with all the tarps. I got this 2-roll pack and only used one 250 sqft roll. I just folded it and taped the 3 sides together to form a 125 sqft bag. This was PLENTY huge for 3 people Well for when I have kids hehe

  • Island Mama

    Giant Squishy Bag - so fun for kids

  • Lily Welch

    Giant Squishy Sensory Bag ~ water bag

  • Daniel Smith

    Giant water bags made from clear plastic sheeting, duct tape and food coloring. Looks like lots of fun!

  • Lacey Stephenson

    Fun summer idea. Giant squishy sensory bag

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