Our Pony and Oatmeal Sensory Bin is such a big hit around here that this is actually the third time we’ve done this set up and Bitty loves it every time! I knew I wanted some kind of farm-themed sensory bin this week as we are currently learning about farms in preschool.Continue reading “Pony and Oatmeal Sensory Bin Small World Play”
Our Construction Truck Sensory bin has been without a doubt the biggest hit in a long time! She is independently playing and staying engaged longer than any of the other recent bins. It’s that kinetic sand man, it’s magic.Continue reading “Construction Truck Sensory Bin”
This week we are back with our trusty bugs and wood slices, only this time instead of a small world I added them to our Split Peas sensory bin! Split Peas have an almost silky feel to them when they flow over your hand and I love how this sensory bin looks a bit like the forest floor!Continue reading “Forest Discovery Split Peas Sensory Bin”
You’ve heard about them in parenting groups on Facebook, you’ve looked them up on Pinterest and you just don’t know where to start. No Worries! I am here for you and I will hold your hand through your introduction to sensory bins. You wont regret it I promise!
Sensory bins can be as fancy or simple as you want. In truth all you need is a container, scoops and a filler of some sort. All the extra things are just that. Extra. The most important part is to have fun and embrace the mess just a little bit.Continue reading “Introduction to Sensory Bins: What you need to know”