As well as perfect for all ages, including babies and toddlers! I saw these Halloween and fall hair gel sensory suncatchers from Happy Hooligans. They have lots of ideas that they added to their sensory bag suncatchers.
What’s in this sensory bag? Just hair gel.
Add googly eyes for some Halloween fun.
Our hair gel just happened to be orange, so there was no coloring needed to get our Halloween effect. If you have clear hair gel add food coloring or paint to the bag (or two primary colors to learn about mixing!) for added sensory and mixing fun!
Tape it on a window that gets great sunlight and you’ve created a spooky suncatcher!
Keep exploring with these 48 Quick Sensory Bags for kids!
Or try it with a fine motor twist! Take a look at this sensory bag:
George absolutely loved this and felt the bag in every way he could! Including his mouth.
(Warning: be careful to not let them bite the bag… if they do, simply tape over the hole with scotch tape! I may have had to do this…)
Wonderful sensory goodness going on.
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Henry was at school while George explored the googly eye slime.
But when Henry got home, he immediately went to the window to see what it was all about.
He drove the dual wheel of his tractor through it over and over, watching the ‘tracks’ it made in the gel.
nifty SPOOKY sensory stuff!