Thursday, July 02, 2020

6 Awesome Outer Space Sensory Bags

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Looking for sensory bags for toddlers and preschool? Then you'll love these outer space themed sensory bags!

Outer space and planets are common interests of hyperlexic kids, especially during the late toddler and preschool years. They love to learn about space and read about space.

I mean, my son has been interested in all things outer space, off and on, since he was about two. It's why we've done quite a few outer space activities ourselves over the years.

These outer space sensory bags are especially great for tactile sensory avoiders and/or the littlest space loving kids. Plus, they look pretty!

Outer space activities and sensory bags for toddlers and preschoolers

6 Toddler Sensory Bags that are Outer Space Themed!

Get ready for some mess free sensory play with these out-of-this-world space themed sensory bags! They're perfect for kids who love outer space, planets, stars and constellations, and all things galaxy related.

1. Galaxy Sensory Bag with Cotton Balls from Views From a Step Stool (pictured)

2. Constellation Sensory Bag from Playground Parkbench (pictured)

3. Glow in the Dark Space Sensory Bag from Rainy Day Mum

4. Solar System I Spy Sensory Bag from Research Parent (pictured)

5. DIY Galaxy Sensory Bags from Crafty Little Gnome

6. Starry Sky Water Sensory Bag from Learning and Exploring Through Play

Other Outer Space Activities You'll Love

Planet Crafts

Outer Space Sensory Bottles

Free Printable Planets I Spy Game

Totally awesome outer space sensory bags for toddlers and preschoolers

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