Sensory Bags

Sensory Bags

Location: indoor

Materials: ziplock bags, duct tape, food coloring, sponges or other texture materials

Create your own sensory bags for your infants and toddlers to explore. Fill ziplock bags with a range of materials like small squares of sponge, glitter, water, food coloring, foam shapes, etc. Once the materials are inside the bag, seal it shut and secure it with duct tape or packing tape. Create sensory bags with different shapes, colors, and textures for your infants to explore.

What We're Learning:

  • cognitive (cause and effect, exploring things in different ways, observing the environment)
  • physical (hand-eye coordination, sensory exploration)