This ocean sensory bag was so easy to put together I’ve no idea why I didn’t do it sooner!
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My son is three years old but this sensory bag would be suitable for younger toddlers and even babies (with some supervision). To make this sensory bag I used:
- Dollar store blue shower gel
- Clear resealable bag (good quality!)
- Small plastic ocean creatures (from a Safari Ocean Toob)
- Duct tape
I started with a gallon size resealable bag as pictured above, but the 12oz bottle of shower gel was nowhere near enough for it, so I transferred it all to a quart size bag. Then I added the creatures and shells, and sealed all the edges with duct tape. In the end I didn’t use the dolphin or the shark as I was worried about the fins bursting the bag!
I love how all the bubbles in the shower gel create a kind of mystic quality.
F had a great time poking and prodding the bag, shouting out the names of the items he found hidden amongst the bubbles.
This sensory bag would also look amazing on a light table!
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