{It’s Playtime} Activity Bags for Quiet Play!

This week we are featuring TONS of Invitations to Play that you can put into a paper bag.

We have used these for a Christmas countdown activity in the past to count down to Christmas each day of the December Holidays your children can open a bag and enjoy something fun to do together…but it works great as a quiet time activity too!

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DIY Activity Bag Ideas for Kids

  1. Sandpaper + Crayons + White Shirt = Wearable art.
  2. Straw + Tape + Bubble “Juice” = Straw Bubble Shooter.
  3. Tin Foil + Sharpie Markers = Reflective Art.
  4. Tape Measure + List = Math & Measuring Fun
  5. Scissors + White Paper = Paper Snowflakes
  6. Baking Soda + Cornstarch + water = Homemade Model Magic
  7. Rice + Rubbing Alcohol + Food Dye = Colorful Rice.
  8. Three Colors of Chalk + Sunny Day = Out door Twister Game.
  9. Painters Tape + Walls = Indoor Obstacle Course
  10. Velcro + Craft Sticks = Homemade Fun.
  11. Marbles = Play Marbles.
  12. Crayon bits + Ice cube tray = New Colorful Crayons
  13. Painters Plastic + Tape = Big Bubble Play
  14. Tin Juice Lids + Nail + Hammer = Punched Tin Art.
  15. Paper Towels + Food Dye + Water = Tie Dye Towels
  16. Handful of Pennies + Baggie + Water = Buoyancy experiments.
  17. Cork + Needle + Thread =  Handmade Necklace.
  18. Pipe Cleaners + Mirror = Pipe Cleaner Disguises
  19. Bubble “Juice” + Yarn + Chopsticks = Giant Bubble Maker
  20. Shaving Cream + Bathtub = Bath Paint.
  21. Marshmallows + Toothpicks = Edible Architecture.

If you are making them for a countdown to Christmas, here is a peek at what ours looked like!

Activities for kids - in a bag

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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).