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Here are our bags:
Pirate Play Dough Busy Bag
Fairy Play Dough Busy Bag
Insect Play Dough Busy Bag
Mermaid Busy Bag
This bag was a "just add water" bag, whether it be at the beach or in a bowl at the table. Sunshine really loved this bag. It included 6 mermaid figures, foam sea life figures, and sea shells. I made sure to include two of each kind of shell and two of each kind of foam figure, so Sunshine could practice her matching.
Alligator Busy Bag
This was another one of Sunshine's favorite busy bags. It was also a "just add water" bag, however she didn't even need it to keep her occupied. The bag included blue, green, and brown glass beads, popsicle sticks, and alligator figures.
Princess Stamp & Color Busy Bag
This busy bag included small pieces of white paper, stamps, ink pad, and colored pencils. All of the girls did this activity at least once during the trip.
Vehicle Stamp & Color Busy Bag
For those boys who prefer not to stamp and color princesses, I brought along a bag full of vehicle stamps.
Bead & Pipe Cleaner Busy Bag
I decided to use pipe cleaners in this bag instead of string, to make it easier for the littler ones. A couple of the kiddos had a lot of fun making bracelets.
My Little Pony Busy Bag
Princess loves My Little Pony. I thought it might be fun to include one of her favorite books with ponies so she could act out some of the scenarios in the book. It was a hit!
Space & Astronaut Portable Sensory Bin
Make Up & Accessory Busy Bag
These bags were so successful, I don't think I'll ever leave for vacation without some again. None of the kiddos brought any of their own toys. Everyone shared the bags so well. There were no arguments that involved the word "Mine!" The only issue we had was that some bags were so popular it was hard for some kiddos to wait their turn. In total, I had twelve bags for six kiddos. The one not shown here was a water dropper activity. I highly recommend three bags per one kid to make the rotation go well. I love it when plans go so well! These bags were such life savers. I can't say enough about them.