I know it’s pretty hard to see this, but it had to be double-bagged because I knew little man would find a way to open it and get gel everywhere! 🙂 What you need: Ziploc bags Ocean animals of your choice (we used turtles, but here is an assortment of 52!) Hair gel Blue food… Read More Under the Sea
This is such a fun section! I love sensory play! Since little man is still under a year, I am only making sensory bags and bottles. As he gets older, I will include bins. Each post will show a picture of the sensory bag/bottle and the materials needed to make it!
What you will need: Paper plates Red, yellow, and orange paint Googly Eyes (500 pieces?! So many eyes!) Feathers (Another 500 piece set! I’m going to need to think of some more projects!) Yellow and black felt (These mini pieces are perfect for cutting things out!) Pom poms (2000?! Oh the possibilities!) Black pipe cleaners… Read More Sensory Zoo Animals
Spring Brown crinkle cut paper Small foam robin eggs (bought at a craft store) Summer Sand Seashells Optional: Blue marbles or gems Fall Dried pinto beans Artificial leaves Winter Shaving cream Blue and/or silver glitter Side note: I’ve never made a sensory bag with shaving cream before, so not sure if… Read More Seasonally Sensory!
Original idea from here. What you’ll need: Water bottles Artificial leaves Cotton balls Glitter Yellow pom poms Oil Blue food coloring Tape Dump some water out of each of the bottles and place each weather condition into one of the bottles. Sunny – yellow pom poms (they sell large pom poms, but I’m cheap, so… Read More Wacky Weather Bottles!
Easter grass Plastic eggs Washi tape (or other tape) – To tape the eggs shut – Little man loves to crumple the bags!