Peek-A-Boo, I see fun! Hide and seek in a bag

peek a boo bag Peek A Boo, I see fun! Hide and seek in a bag

Toys that fit nicely into your handbag are complete sanity savers. The only problem I’ve found is that as your children get older, your bag gets smaller. Too often before heading out I’m fumbling about looking for something (anything) that will fit in my bag without the need for toting a trolley.

The fact that the Peek-A-Boo Activity Bag is relatively flat won me over at first glance. If that’s not enough, the educational-meets-fun factor definitely backs it up. Each Activity Bag square measures a petite fifteen centimetres and is jammed full of finding fun. Choose from Sugar ‘n’ Spice, Rough ‘n’ TuffEverything A – Z or Learn To Read themed Activity Bags.

Featuring a soft corduroy fabric on the back and a vinyl window on the other, the Peek-A-Boo Activity Bag is perfect for small hands. Hidden among pearly white beads are twenty-six coloured objects waiting to be found as your child shakes and moves the bag to display its contents in the window. A helpful list of items is handily attached to each bag so you know what to look for!

The Peek-A-Boo Activity Bag is priced at $24.99 and available from The Kids Depot. Delivery is available Australia wide.

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3 Comments

  1. A very similar product has been available in Australia for some time “Eye Spy Bags” – they are slightly larger (19cm x 19cm) and are avaialable via specialneedstoys.com.au for $32.95, I have also seen them in Australian Geographic stores. The website above has several great, different toys and objects – not just for special needs. I also love the ‘find it’ tubes ($29.95 Aust Geographic) – although these are not handbag size!!

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  2. I just bought almost exactly the same item from berry cosy ‘i spy bag’ here in Perth. They also have alphabet or 40 little thing-y in those handmade bags. Price range from 24.99 to 29.99.
    My daughter loves it just a minute after we bought and she still spying and looking on and on and on without feeling bored AT ALL. Highly recommended this one to keep their child/ren busy!

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  3. I use the I Spy Bags for developmental therapy patients and they are great! The only down side with them is that Special Needs Toys Australia was the only place here I could find them from and their customer service is terrible. It took me almost 2 months to get my order because they kept leaving items out and then blaming the courier for never arriving. I finally got another package today but is still missing an item! I’m so glad I saw this website with the Peek-a-Boo bags. Think I’ll try this company next time I need to restock!

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