i have always thought these sensory bags have looked pinteresting. so, babycakes and i put our hands in on it to see what we'd think. it is our spring break and we are one rain drop away from renaming our neighborhood to puddleville. if you'd like an inside activity to try, here's how.
load a plastic sealing bag with paint. we did one spoonful each of yellow, green and blue finger paint.
then, take some painter's tape and adhere it to a window.
this is where the fun begins. it is a great medium with which to trace shapes, write words, or just...
ok, full disclosure here. i think mommy had more fun playing with it than babycakes at first.
she was fascinated with her new bracelet (a.k.a. the painter's tape roll). but, about two hours later when i was fiddling around in the kitchen, i sneaked a peak and little miss was swirling and whirling her hand with her new sensory bag. success!
i give this cheap and easy project a high five!