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Heart Sensory Bag







































We have been exploring different sensory bags lately and I decided to put together a Heart themed/inspired sensory bag for Little N.

I used pink shampoo to fill the bag. Shampoo that is almost transparent is a really good sensory bag filler as it is very therapeutic squishing and squashing the bag. The smell lingers too so adds to the sensory experience even more.

Inside the gel I added
- Plastic Heart Gems
- Red Glitter
- Purple, Red and Pink Pony Beads
- Very small cut up straws


Little N began by exploring the bag on the table top. She used her fingertips to press down into the oozy shampoo and watched as the objects moved along inside. She quickly noticed the hearts inside.




















We also stuck the sensory bag to the window to allow the light to pass through even more so. I didn't stick down the bottom of this bag. Little N enjoyed squishing and squashing the bag up in her hands.

























Little N also explored them on our homemade light table.


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  1. I love this idea....perfect for valentines day

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    1. Glad you like the idea Louise!

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  2. Love this! I never thought of using shampoo. I need to explore more on sensory play. Thank you for sharing it with us #pintorials

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    1. The smell is beautiful Eileen :)

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  3. Wow! This is really great for my 1 year old daughter. What bag did you use? Did you use a ziploc? Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Ziplock bags are great but I used bags I purchased from the pound shop that worked great too. Glad you like it :)

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