Monday, September 29, 2014

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. 

A simple fall sensory bin for toddlers and preschoolers that encourages fine motor skills development

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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