This is a simple set up Rainbow Sprinkle Sensory Bag that is perfect for early learners practicing on their writing skills.
As I was fixing up storage in the kitchen, I added sprinkles to a ziplock bag. To My surprise, I was curious to create a sensory bag for my six year old who is learning how to write.
My girls really enjoyed this simple sensory bag. Miss 6 wrote letters and made doodles. Little Miss 3 years old enjoyed it as well by adding little doodles. And you guessed it: Mama did too! Total de-stressed and calm sprinkle bag for mama as well.
Don’t forget to check out this Alphabet Sensory Bag we have been loving!
What you will need for this Simple Colorful Sensory Bag
Zip lock bag(s) (Double it up if you’d like extra security)
Sprinkles (we used real ones)
Craft Stick (for writing)
Here is how to make this Simple Sprinkle Sensory Writing Bag
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Open your zip lock bag
Add in sprinkles
Close the zip lock bag leaving no air inside
Tape your bag for security and holding down
Tip: You can double bag for extra security
Tips to Keep in Mind
My girls love how these each in their own different way. Miss 6 years old uses it for learning her letters, words and doodling around. Little Miss 3 year old really enjoys doodling the sprinkles around.
If you have a really little one, make sure there are no holes in the bag and keep a very close eye on them.
Please remember, if you try any sensory bag activities with your baby, toddler, or little one be sure to keep close supervision at all times. Plastic bags pose a risk of suffocation. Definitely supervise at all times.
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