This easy button bag comes together in just a few moments to give your toddlers a fun squishy experience to engage their senses!
My kids have always loved to engage in sensory play. I love to encourage them to play and experiment with different materials, and I love to offer options that are not too detailed. Sensory bags, bins and bottles are a fun way to decompress for my kids.
This sensory bag is great for little hands to squish and explore. Harp loved this bag on a really rough day; it was a perfect outlet for her to take a break from her brother and get herself together. It was easy to make, so I will be keeping this in my rotation for sensory play.
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To make this button sensory bag you will need:
- Assorted buttons
- Hair gel
- A Zipper seal baggie
Place a generous squirt of hair gel into a zipper seal baggie.
Add a few buttons in assorted colors and sizes.
Sprinkle a little glitter in.
Seal the bag!
Optional: You can reinforce the sides of the baggie with duct tape if your toddler doesn't have nice hands.
We love sensory play!
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You can find buttons on amazon by clicking the image below.