My First Sensory Bags: Clean and Safe Sensory Play for Baby8:42 AM
I love Sensory Play, but sensory play for a baby who puts everything in her mouth? What about toxins and choking hazards? And the mess! Who has time in their school day to stop and bathe the baby! Well, I solved this problem! Sensory Bags to the rescue!
Sensory Bags, what's that, you may ask, but really they are super simple to put together, and offer fun and sensory learning for your baby!
Start with a storage bag, I used freezer bags because they are thicker then sandwich bags. Then fill it with whatever interesting textured stuff you can come up with. The first one I made her was filled with hair gel and taped to her exersaucer. I made sure to fold the side with the opening under, so she couldn't accidentally open it, and then I taped the other sides down.
Again we filled one with hair gel, but we also added one with plain water and another with water beads. I really liked how we ended up with a blue color palate too. I taped these on all 4 sides with clear packing tape to keep them secure.