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10 Toddler Activities That Don’t Involve Screen Time

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Sensory bags make great screen-free toddler activities without the mess!

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Here’s an oldie, but a goodie! When Dent was just a baby (hard to believe this is from 2 years ago) I made an easy sensory bag to help keep him entertained.⠀ ⠀ The whole bag costs less than $5 and takes about 5 minutes to put together. All you need is a Ziploc bag, 2 bottles of the cheap clear styling gel, some pom-poms, sequins and glitter. Pour everything into the bag, seal it and reinforce the edges with some colorful duct tape.⠀ ⠀ That’s it. You can read more about how to entertain your little one with a sensory bag over on the blog merelynne.com/sensorybag⠀ ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #babyboyrines #motherhood #momhood #toddlermom #toddlerboymom #boymomproblems #momproblems #workingmomma #dentonrines #independenttoddler #stubborntoddler #merelynne #momlife #boymomlife #meredithrines #familylife #sensorybag #sensoryplay #diysensoryplay #toddlersensoryplay #babysensoryplan #happytoddler #independentchild #outsideplay #playingoutside #growingboy #newbornactivities #newbornplay #toddlerplay #sensorytoys

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All you need is a few supplies: a Ziploc bag, cheap hair gel, tape, and some items to put inside the bag (be mindful of sharp edges that could rip the bag). Fill up the bag with the gel and items, reinforce the zip top with some duct tape, and then tape it to the wall or fridge door!

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