Busy bags are great when you need some time to yourself! Having these prepackaged entertainment centers ready to hand out to your child can really save the day when you have a task to focus on. Busy bags are for self-lead exploration time, it’s really hands-off for you, just sit back and watch them learn!
Packed with goodies, these bags are a contained educational experience (the mess won’t spread across the room!) that catch a child’s curiosity. Busy bags provide a child with a variety of engaging fine motor challenges to explore and opportunities for independent playtime. As an easy, quick, and affordable project, what’s to loose?
10 Busy Bags for Toddlers
Enjoy the classic look of a bright and colorful rainbow with this Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag.
Continue the theme of color coordination and lacing with a Brown Bear Busy Bag, inspired by the one and only Brown Bear, Brown Bear book (don’t forget to give it a read as well!).
Any Eric Carle fan as A Very Hungry Caterpillar on their bookshelf and will love a Felt Caterpillar Busy Bag.
A Counting Caterpillar Busy Bag introduces number recognition, word reinforcement, and color matching all in one fun game!
Here’s another pom-pom activity, use various colors in a Color Sorting Busy Bag.
More color matching, sorting by size, and hand eye coordination are practiced with recycled Bottle Cap Busy Bags.
This elaborate set up is sure to entertain for hours, learn word recognition and color identification through a Color Scavenger Hunt Busy Bags.
Toddlers really enjoy these Touch and Feel Busy Bags for developing early literacy skills and sensory play.
If you have a sensory loving child try a Sensory Busy Bag!
You can also make your own Puzzle Busy Bag and learn a number sequence as the picture is completed.