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”
The month of May is all about getting outside and watching things grow. Outside isn’t ALWAYS an option. So here is a little garden of “dirt” she can play with inside without a huge mess! The Black Bean Garden Sensory bin is super simple to set up and we had most of the supplies at home already!
This is a great activity to practice pouring and transferring. Also, the beans are super simple to clean up if there is a spill!Continue reading “Black Bean Garden Sensory Bin”
Do you ever notice that babies and toddlers would rather play with the odd makeup brush, an old spatula and the remote more than all the wonderful toys you have collected for them?Continue reading “12 Super Easy Discovery Basket Ideas”
Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by the idea of building a sensory bin for your kiddo. They are super easy to do and only take 4 steps to endless fun!Continue reading “4-Step Sensory Bins Formula”
When you think of March besides maybe basketball you think of St. Patricks day. If you think of St. Patricks you often thing of rain bows as well. so to finish out March we made our own rainbow in our rainbow noodle sensory bin!Continue reading “Rainbow Noodle 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”