Sensory Bins


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Making a Fall-Themed Sensory Bin Fall is officially arriving and at Bambino Learn and Playhome they celebrated by creating Fall-themed sensory bins for the kids to play with! Materials needed for the Fall-themed sensory bin To make your own Fall-themed sensory...

Shredded Paper Sensory Bin To make a sensory bin you don't have to have a ton of fancy toys or worry about getting wet with water, you can make a sensory bin out something as simple as shredded paper! That's what they did at E91 Early Learning Full-Day Care...

Rain and Cloud Sensory Bin At Pinewoods Tot School and Preschool they had a great deal of fun doing a rain and cloud-focused sensory bin. They learned all about how clouds fill-up with rain and then release it when they have too much! Materials needed for...

Sunshine Rice Sensory Play At Jennifer Rosen Meade Preschool they had a great deal of fun playing with rice colored like the sun! It was a great Summer-themed activity. Suggestions for your own sunshine rice sensory play When playing with your rice...

Ocean and Beach Sensory Bins At The NET Preschool, they had a great deal of full learning about the ocean and beach by doing sensory bins themed for them! Beach sensory bin This sensory bin was themed for the beach and featured seashells, starfish, ...

Wet Sand Sensory Bins At Big Top Child Development Center they experienced the textures of sand in a unique way--they got the sand wet and put their feet in it! This was a fun twist on usual sensory bins and a great way to cool off on a hot Summer day. ...

Indoor, "Snow," Sensory Bin for Kids In the middle of a hot Summer, there is something special about being able to play with snow! With that in mind, Four Leaf Clover Preschool was able to use an ice shredder to give their students indoor, "Snow, " to play with in...

Feet-Focused Sensory Bins At Garden of Dreams Community Preschool and Child Care they had fun doing sensory bins specifically designed for little ones to put their feet on and in! Feet-focused sensory bin ideas You can make feet-focused sensory bins by...

Irish-Themed Sensory Table At Trinity Preschool Mount Prospect, they had fun with an Irish-themed sensory table! This kind of sensory table perfectly fits the theme of discussing the country of Ireland if doing a unit on countries around the World, or as a...

Making, "Clean Mud," With Preschoolers At Happy Valley Preschool they created and played with what is known as, "Clean Mud, " by taking just three ingredients and then having a bunch of fun! Materials Needed to Make Clean Mud To make clean mud you just need...

Name Finding in the, "Snow," Activity for Toddlers At Loving and Learning Educational Center they did a fun activity for one of their centers--they had their toddlers find their names in the, "Snow. " The used magnetic letter tiles and packing peanuts ( which looks like snow) for...

Sensory Base This activity enchants the youngest children, this activity consists of making a sensory base which can be rice, beans, lentils, pasta, among others, providing a very favorable sensory experience for the neurodevelopment of our...

Shaving Cream Shape Drawing for Toddlers   At Sneads Ferry Quality Childcare & Preschool they did a fun shape drawing activity with their toddlers involving shaving cream! It was messy and educational fun! Materials Needed to Do Shaving Cream Shape Drawing ...

Making Sand Foam For Summer Fun! Katherine of Little Hands Therapy had a fun sensory bin activity you can do at home too: Sand foam. She describes it as, ". like wet sand but fluffier and lighter which makes it a whole lot more fun! " How to Make Sand Foam To...

Moon Sand Sensory Activity for Toddlers Moon sand ( sometimes confused with the trademarked name Kinetic Sand) is sand that you can buy or make at home! It looks like the surface of the moon and can be compacted together and is delightfully crumbly as well. Denise Couba...

Gardening Sensory Bin The children enjoys this sensorial bin as they are able to explore the bin with friends and also they are able to showcase their creativity in "planting" a pot of their own. The children are also able to identify and name the...

"Clean Toys," Sensory Bin for Toddlers At Little Discoveries Daycare in Bartonsville, Pennslyvania they had a great time doing a sensory bin for cleaning their toys! It is something you can do at home too so that your toddler learns about how to keep their toys free of...

DIY Calming Sensory Bottles I have been using seesaw and zoom with my students. Each week I have been doing a science experiment with them. 2 weeks ago, I made calming bottles as they watched me on zoom. They came out really nice, and they are so pretty! ...

Sensory Bin Treasure Hunt Activity for Letters, Numbers, and Shapes At Peter Pan Schools in Alameda California, they thought-up a sensory bin treasure hunt for letters, numbers, and shapes! By using a plastic bin as a sensory bin along with wooden or foam letters, numbers, and shapes you can...

Easter Sensory Bin for Young Children Ashbridge Nursery at Maxy Farm in Preston, UK came up with this fun Easter sensory bin focused on a theme of chicks! It is geared toward 1 and 2-year-old children but any age can enjoy playing in a fun sensory bin! Easter...


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