This snowman winter sensory bag uses fake snow and shaving cream to make a squishy mess-free sensory toy that babies and toddlers will love.
Finding sensory play that is appropriate for babies and toddlers can be difficult as this age group still likes to put everything in their mouth. Baby friendly sensory play is often edible, or with loose parts contained in something. Sensory bags and bottles are great for this age group, and this snowman winter sensory bag is perfect for the cold months as a winter activity for 1 year olds.
Snowman Winter Sensory Bag
Thrown it in your bag to keep your little one busy, or tape it to a table to let your toddler squish and play with, either way this snowman winter sensory bag will be fun to explore. See how simple it is so make below and check out some of our Ice and Snow Winter Sensory Bag for Toddlers or the Christmas Sensory Bottles for Kids too!
What you need to make the snowman winter sensory bag:
Quart-size zip top bag
Orange construction paper
How to make the snowman winter sensory bag:
Glue the googly eyes to the exterior of the bag.
Cut a triangle out of orange construction paper and glue it to the bag as a nose.
Glue buttons to the bag to create a mouth.
*Use adult supervision when playing with the bag in case any of these small items come loose, or simply draw the features with a permanent marker instead.
Add glittery snow to the bag, filling the about around halfway full. This can be found at a craft store or on Amazon.
Add white foam shaving cream to the bag until almost full, leaving a bit of room for air so that the bag can be squished.
Seal the bag and add some duct tape to the top and sides to help prevent breaking. Play by squishing the shaving cream in the bag. How cute is this snowman sensory bag that little ones can play with?!