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Sensory Bag for Baby

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with sensory play for babies, but I am so excited about this project!! I saw this post for sensory bags quite awhile ago and so wanted to do it. I just couldn’t quite think of a way to modify for the babe. I was afraid as is, he would for sure be …
  • Courtney Hilgeman

    Made several of these, not all full of objects. My kids like to do spelling words and multiplication facts in them! 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

  • Catherine Moss-Crump

    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

  • Megan Davis

    BABY SENSORY PLAY BAG: Freezer ziplock bag filled with hair gel & small items (marbles, plastic toys, beads, balls, etc.) Duct tape the edges to ensure durability.

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