Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Easy Fall Sensory Bin

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A beautiful fall sensory bin for toddlers and preschoolers using corn as the base.

Fall is here and so are the lovely fall colors! Here's a super simple fall inspired sensory bin for kids that I put together to capture those fall colors. It uses materials you can find in your kitchen combined with materials from the dollar store, making it really inexpensive to put together. 

Fall sensory bin with corn

Fall Sensory Bin for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Just a few materials, some scooping tools from the kitchen, and a couple of kids are all you need to enjoy this beautiful season with this easy fall sensory activity. With plenty of different textures to explore and a variety of colors in this sensory bin, it's a wonderful tactile experience for little hands. By adding scoops and spoons, you'll be encouraging lots of fine motor development too!

As with most of my sensory bins, it's usually a dump and play style sensory bin. That is, you simply grab your materials, dump it into a sensory container, and it's ready for play.



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Fall sensory bin for toddlers and preschoolers filled with corn and leaves

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