A simple high-contrast sensory bag to make tummy time fun.
Sensory bags are a perfect way for babies who still mouth objects to safely explore while also exposing them to different textures, colors, and sounds. This high-contrast sensory bag makes for a great introduction to sensory bags.
You'll need: water, pom-poms, bag
Fill a bag (we use a reusable gallon bag) with water.
Place several black, white, and red pom-poms inside.
Remove as much air as possible and secure the bag.
Place the high-contrast sensory bag on the floor and roll your child to their tummy to explore.
Sensory bags are a perfect way for babies who still mouth objects to safely explore while also exposing them to different textures, colors, and sounds.
Sensory bags impacts many areas of development including language skills, sensory input, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills (encouraging your little one to strengthen those neck muscles during tummy time).
As with any DIY activity, this activity requires adult supervision. Use your best judgement when setting up activities for your children.
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