For the last 26 days we have been sharing awesome busy bag ideasfor each letter of the alphabet during The A- Z of Busy Bags Series!
First up was a re-usable A-Z Sticker Book that will be fun for your child that just started to learn about letters and sounds. Peakle Pie showed us how to play with a Buttons Busy Bag and Playdough & Popsicles showed us how to encourage storytelling in this Cookie Cutter Busy Bag. Creative World of Varya had a fun Diamonds Busy Bag and Life Over C’s shared a lovely Easter Themed Counting Busy Bag. Powerful Mothering used felt in this fabulous Felt Flower Busy Bag and Crafty Kids at Home had fun with a Googly Eyed Aliens Busy Bag.
Schooling a Monkey shared a fun Hidden Picture Busy Bag and Line Upon Line Learning had a clever, quiet Instruments Busy Bag. I shared a yummy Jelly Beans Busy Bag and pretty Kites Busy Bag next. Adventures of Adam reused loom bands in this Loom Band Busy Bag, My Bored Toddler had fun with a Magnet Busy Bag and Kidz Activities had a Number Printable Busy Bag you can also print.
Next, a colour busy bag like this OrangeOrange Busy Bag Busy Bag are so easy to put together and loads of fun too! Kelly’s Classroom showed us how to make a pretty Petals Busy Bag and Kitchen Floor Crafts how to make a Quilt Busy Bag. Emma Owl had a great Racing Car Busy Bag idea and Raising Little Superheros a colourful Sticks & Pompoms Busy Bag. Play Learn Everyday used Legos and a dice for this Tower Building Busy Bag and Creative World of Varya shared an easy Umbrella Busy Bag.
Lastly, Adventures of Adam came up with this fun Vehicles Busy Bag and Best Toys for Toddlers shared a Wheels Busy Bag idea. I made this X’s and O’s Busy Bag with wood chips and popsicle sticks. Have fun with a Yum Yuck Busy Bag by Peakle Pie or learn about the solar system with this Ziplock Busy Bag by Research Parent.
And that is a wrap, folks! So many great ideas shared! Which one would you like to try with your kids first?
Also see this awesome Ebook with 25 more busy bagideas!