Eye Sensory Bag
Simple and squishy; this sensory bag is perfect for little hands! It comes together in seconds for a completely fun sensory experience!
We love sensory play! It is so much fun to explore with engaging activities like this sensory bag. Harp especially enjoyed squeezing it on a hot day as the gel filler was nice and cool to the touch!
To make this eye sensory bag you will need 3 supplies:
A zipper seal baggie
Squirt a generous amount of hair gel into the baggie
Squish, squeeze and explore.
If your little one has rough hands, you can double up the baggies to avoid popping the baggie and making a mess. You can also reinforce the edges with duct tape for an added layer of pop protection.
Harp is 4 so she is able to explore the bag without incident but when she was a little younger I did reinforce the baggies for extra protection!
Have you ever made sensory bags? You might also like this easy ladybug craft.