If you kids love getting messy then they will love these Fall Sensory Activities. I think Fall might be my favorite season. I just love the crisp, cooler air, and scents and smells of the season. Sensory activities perfect for little ones since it stimulates their senses and engages their curiosity. Please make sure to supervise children and hold off on these fall sensory activities if your child is still putting things in their mouth.
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Fall Sensory Activities
Scented Shaving Cream Pumpkin Pie from Mess for Less – this sensory activity allows kids to create a play pumpkin pie using sand and shaving cream.
Fall Sensory Bin and Learning Activities from Fantastic Fun & Learning – This great fall sensory bin can be used in multiple ways to expand the fall fun even longer!
Fall Sensory Table from Happy Hooligans – If you are looking for a sensory experience that includes fine motor skill development and sharpening, a table like this one is the perfect solution!
Wet and Dry Fall Sensory Table from Simple Fun for Kids – Sometimes water tables sit unused all fall and winter, but with these creative ideas to turn your summer water table into a wet/dry fall sensory table, it can be used for more than just cooling off on hot summer days!
Oatmeal Apple Sensory Play from Pre-K Pages – The smells of fall and autumn are marvelous and this sensory bin includes two of the scents associated with this time of year: apple and cinnamon!
Fall Activities-Fall Sensory Jars from Kids Play Box – This fall sensory jar activity will be fun to put together and will also serve as a beautiful autumn decoration…or make 4 or 5 for an awesome centerpiece!
Green Apple Scented Play Dough Recipe from Life Over C’s – Parents and children will enjoy this play dough recipe because of its strong, fragrant apple smell and the simple ingredients!
Fall Sensory Bottle from Mom Inspired Life – If you are searching for a sensory bottle that will entertain children of multiple ages, then this is the one you are looking for. Shake the bottle and find the hiding fall items.
Sensory Shaving Cream Fall Art from Living Life and Learning – This sensory art experience will be an activity that your children will want to try over and over again. Part of the fun is watching the colors mix together and tint the shaving cream all the colors of fall!
Scarecrow Sensory Bin from Pre-K Pages – Scarecrows and fall just go together hand-in-hand and your little ones will love this scarecrow themed bin!
Fall Sensory Bin from 3 Dinosaurs – What a fun sensory bin that includes items that can be used to create crafts for the fall season.
Acorn and Leaves Fall Sensory Bin from Stir the Wonder – This sensory bin can be easily put together and will strengthen fine motor skills as well as sorting skills. The fall themed pieces can be picked up from any store and changed out as you go through the season.
Fun with Leaves Fall Themed Sensory Baby Play from Plain Vanilla Mom- You might think that sensory bins are only for older toddlers, but this great idea for using larger items would be wonderful to introduce your baby to the idea of sensory bins.
Pumpkin Washing Sensory Bin Activity from Where Imagination Grows – Making a pumpkin washing station is a little different approach to a sensory bin, but no less fun! Wash pumpkins, gourds and any other fall vegetables and fruits that you want to add in.
Fall Slime Recipe-Easy Sensory Play from Little Bins for Little Hands – Nothing says sensory play like slime! This simple and safe slime recipe will provide hours of fun!
How to Make a Sensory Bin for Multiple Age Children from The Educators’ Spin on It – This post has good ideas for a fall sensory bin but it also has some really great and helpful ideas for how to make any sensory bin good for all ages of kids.
Leaf Sensory Tub from Teaching Mama- Leaves are the heart of fall and this leaf themed sensory tub will be the heart of your child’s play during this season!
If you are looking more fun ways to engage your kids, I highly recommend KiwiCo. As a former teacher, I was really impressed with the quality of materials found in KiwiCo. Some moms have told me that they want to do activities like I do on Mess For Less with their kids, but they just don’t have to the time to go buy all the supplies and prepare them for the activity. KiwiCo is the perfect solution.
Every month your KiwiCo will focus on a particular theme like Colors, Dinosaurs or Gardening. KiwiCo offer a variety of projects ranging from crafts, imaginative play, science experiments and more.
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