15 Creative Sensory Bins

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Sensory bins are a great way to introduce your kids to new textures and ideas.  It’s an inexpensive and fun way for kids to explore their senses.  It is also great pretend fun!

Today we are sharing a round-up of some wonderful sensory bins that we have seen on the It’s Playtime link-up.  We’re sure you will find lots of new ideas for sensory play.

15 Creative Sensory Bins

15 Creative Sensory Bins

1.  This edible zoo is a lot of fun to play with and also great to eat!

2.  Create your own miniature dinosaur world and discuss the sights and sounds a dino experienced.

3.  Here’s a patriotic sensory bin to celebrate Independence Day.

4.  Imagine what it would be like to live like a dinosaur and check out their foot prints.

5.  Make your own x-ray light box with simple things you have at home.

6.  This beach sensory bin would be great to do before your family summer vacation.

7.  This sensory bin is perfect for your baby to explore their sense of touch.

8.  Make a new sensory bin for every letter to learn more about the alphabet.  Here is one for the letter N.

9.  Explore your sense of touch and begin to learn about music and sounds.

10.  If you have a Tinkerbell fan, your child will love creating a tiny fairy world for her.

11.  Another fun medium to try in sensory play is corn silk, which you can make right at home and even color.

12.  Let your little one make sounds with a shaker bottle.

13.  Make your own frog pond and let your frogs hop around.

14.  Bring some extra fun to your spring water table with these fun sensory ideas.

15.  Use oatmeal instead of sand for a new and creative way to explore sensory activities.

Would you like to share your fun kids activities?  Come back at 4pm today to link them up!



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Liz Nieman has been writing at Love & Marriage since 2008, journaling her wedding planning initially and then turning into full on "mommy blogger" once she became pregnant with her son.
She has a three-year old little-boy and a baby daughter. Both suffered from severe acid reflux as infants which is how she penned her profile to read, "I am always covered in puke," because, well, she is.

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