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Friday, September 9, 2011

Pudding Sensory Bags







Ignore my shadow, please. :)


An easy way to practice writing and drawing shapes, letters, lines, numbers, and more!!

Working on addition? Give them a problem and let them draw the answer!

Call out a word and have them write the beginning, ending, or entire word!

Call out shape attributes and have them draw the answer (I'm thinking of a shape that has 3 sides and 3 angles).


Supplies: pudding (I used already prepared snack packs), zip lock or other zip closed bag.


Put the pudding in the bag, flatten the air out, and you are ready to go!


My daughter used a Q-Tip (her idea) for easy writing...and she was right! It's even easier that way. :)


Have fun...and don't forget to save one for snacking. :)

2 comments:

Amanda @ Gratefully Growing in Grace said...

We were going to do pudding body paint tomorrow so I think I'll salvage some of the pudding for this activity - very cool!

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