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valentine's sensory bags

To make these simple sensory bags add water, food coloring, and little valentine's day things. We used little hearts and love pieces. I also filled some bags with warm water and others with cold. The dark bag is purple and when I taped them to the window it ended up being the most popular. Look like a night theme with hearts, very cool. Only thing is make sure they are closed 100% and always think when dealing with water that there can be a mess. My son squeezed one bag enough to make it burst. He thought it was the best thing ever!~

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