Squishy, silly, sensory play with a spooky feel just in time for Halloween!
We love sensory play! Bins, bag and sensory activities are always a hit with my kids!
I made this easy but oh so fun spooky eyes sensory bag for Harper. It is perfect for Halloween and can be used in several ways.
This bag makes a great stress reliever for little hands. Kids feel stress too, and squishing this bag helps them to relieve some of it. But, this spooky eye sensory bag is also a fun way to practice sorting skills.
Zipper seal bag
Squeeze about 1/4 cup of hair gel into a zipper seal bag.
Add googly eyes.
Seal the bag.
If your child has a tendency to use rough hands or is a toddler, you might want to reinforce the sides of the bag with duct tape.
Invite your child to squish, squeeze and sort the spooky eyes sensory bag!
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