In this blog, we want to share more about sensory bins, activities and play ideas for your little ones.
Without further adieu, here are some of our favorites from the internet for the following age groups:
Scarf Sensory Bin on And Next Comes L
Dry Pasta noodles on Hands On As We Grow
Dyed Noodles on Growing a Jeweled Rose
Rainbow Rice on Kidz Activities
Drinking Straw Sensory Tub on I can teach my child
Tissue Paper Sensory Bin on And Next Comes L
Apple Sauce Experiment on Little Bins for Little Hands
Full Body Easter Fun on Simple Fun for Kids
Toddlers and Preschoolers
Farmhouse Sensory Play For Preschoolers on Frugal Fun for Boys
Scented Experiments on Epic Childhood
Cloud Dough on My Bored Toddler
Pigs in the Mud Play on Modern Preschool
Construction Sensory Bin on Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Ice Melt on The Jenny Evolution
Rainbow Ice Ball on Craftulate
Soap Foam Dough on And Next Comes L
Toddler Zen Tray on Busy Toddler
Wash the Dog on Pre-K Pages
Garden Sensory Bin on Mess for Less
Ocean Sensory on No Time for Flash Cards
I hope this introduction to sensory bins 101 would give you some ideas and confidence in setting up one at home for your little ones.
Please note that all activities should be parent or adult supervised.
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To view Part 1 of sensory bins, please click here.