If you are not that familiar with sensory bins and you’d like to learn more, I found this post to be a great resource.
Simple Sensory Bin Ideas
Garden Sensory Bin from Mess for Less – Create a garden sensory bin that kids will love. Perfect for Spring and so easy to put together.
ABC Car Wash Sensory Bin from Parenting Chaos – I love how this bin gets kids interested in the alphabet while they play!
Arctic Animals Sensory Bin from Teaching Mama – This sensory bin would be a great addition to an arctic animal study.
Rice Sensory Bin from Kids Activities Blog – Rice is a popular material to use in sensory bins. It can soothing for kids to play with and almost everyone has some.
Rainbow Sensory Bin from Little Bins for Little Hands – This bin uses colored rice and colorful objects to make it bright and fun.
Sensory Word Hunt from Mess for Less – You don’t need a lot of space to create a fun sensory bin. This one took up little room and could be done on the kitchen table.
Sand and Water Ocean Sensory Bin from Mom Inspired Life – This is great if you can’t get to beach this summer. Kids can learn about the ocean while they play.
Coffee Sensory Bin from The Chaos and the Clutter – This smells divine and might even help keep you awake on those early mornings.
Mud Play from Mess for Less – Playing with mud is a fun sensory activity for kids. It is easy to set up and will keep kids engaged and having fun.
Washing Farm Animal Sensory Bin from Coffee Cups and Crayons – This simple activity combines dirt and animal toys. What’s not for a kid to like?
Hopefully you’ve seen with these simple sensory bin ideas, that setting up a sensory bin does not have to be difficult or intimidating. If you have never made one for your child, try one of these and see what happens!
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