Fall Sensory BinsWe love sensory bins in this house for their wonderful fun and educational values for little kids. Exploring the world through all the senses, learning language and math without even noticing they are learning; fine motor skills and creativity - to name a few.
Fall, with its bright and beautiful colors, harvesting, and holidays, is the best season to offer sensory bins to the little ones. So much fun, laughs, and learning involved: colors, scents, textures, tastes, exercising and games! We'll be featuring some gorgeous creations.
Bright Ideas and Creativity - Is it easy to make a perfect sensory bin?Let's discuss sensory bins as a community!
I would really appreciate everybody's ideas and tips. Maybe you'll find something inspiring for you through the discussion?
Through this Labor Day weekend, I am featuring the most beautiful and engaging fall sensory bins I could find. Please, take a look and leave a comment: link: Sensory Bins on Facebook.
Here are some questions to consider:
- Which sensory bin featured on Facebook is the most inspiring FOR YOU? Why?
- Which fillings for a bin are the most fun: corn, sand, salt, beans, pasta, rice, pinecones, leaves, acorns, anything else?
- Which toys you would use for the bins? Activities? Games?
- Any other tips, pictures, or blog posts you'd like to share?
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