Monday, July 13, 2015

Sensory bags

I have seen multiple ways to make sensory bags. Many people do them in a zip-lock bag. That wouldn't work for us because my daughter opens them in a second. If I used duck tape to attach it to a wall or the floor, she would only be interested in removing the tape and would not even pay attention to what's inside the bag. Therefore, I made my bags using balloons.

The ingredients are rice, black beans, jingle bells, buttons, marbles and pasta. We filled balloons with all of this stuff together. I thought she might be able to guess what's inside the bags but it turned out to be really hard for her. Whenever I asked: "What's inside?" every time she said the same thing: "Probably rice."

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