Farm Sensory Bin

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Farm Sensory Bin

Farm Sensory Bin

Farm Sensory Bin.

• Soil

• Corn

• Wood flakes

• Water beads (Soak in room temp water for 15mins)

• Animal figurines

• Tractor

• Wooden scoop

1. Set out a bin and add a base. For the base, place soil for the habitat of cow, corn base for chicken, wood flakes for horse stable and water beads for duck.

2. Then, add a wooden scoop and pour toys within your farm activities sensory bin.

3. Set out toy farm animals within the sensory bin to create a simple farm sensory activities setup.

4. Let’s play!

Even if you live in a city or the suburbs, miles from the nearest grazing cow, your young child has probably seen or heard about farm animals. Perhaps you’ve sung “Old MacDonald Had a Farm,” or read a story featuring sheep, ducks, and horses. It may sound like simple toddler fun, but learning this vocabulary at a young age actually helps your child develop savvy pre-academic and social skills.

“When we teach children farm animal words and noises, we’re not only teaching them about the many sounds we make in the English language, but also about our culture and the world,” says Adiaha I. A. Franklin, M.D., a developmental-behavioral pediatrician at Texas Children’s Hospital.

The five benefits:

It teaches her how to pronounce other words..

It creates building blocks for sentences..

It primes her for categorizing skills..

It prepares him for social skills needed for school..

It teaches her early life lessons.

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