Disclosure: I received a free product in exchange for my opinion about it.
Activity Bags? What are Activity Bags, you ask?
Well, according to their website, Activity Bags are:
Self guided activities that a preschooler can do by himself with little to no help. He can see immediately if the activity was done correctly and each activity is contained in a one gallon zip top bag. These activities are fun for the child to do and they teach a valuable skill at the same time.
What do we say an Activity Bag is?
FUN IN A BAG! Well, in our case, a manila envelope. Let me show you about our Activity Bag. First of all, you don't purchase the bag from the company. You purchase an e-book of the activities that you prepare yourself and place in a bag, or in our case, an envelope. It has everything ready for you except a few small, mostly household items that you already have, to add to it.
Above is the cover photo of the e-book we received called Reading Games in a Bag e-book 1. There are 20 games listed in this book. There are games using sight words, phonics, syllables, and more! I would say that these activities are mostly geared towards grades K-4, with a couple that are for 5th and 6th grade. Unfortunately, Daniella is not quite ready for any of them yet. (She is currently doing upper preschool, lower pre-k work.) Brandon was only able to do one of them. The rest were too simple for him. (He is currently in 6th grade.) Here is the one that Brandon could do: