Spring Sensory Bin

It’s beginning to look a lot like spring! (Well.. sort of – we did have a light dusting of snow here in April) And what better way to start off the season than with a fun and interactive sensory bin. Sensory bins typically are built from plastic tubs or large containers and contain different materials or objects of varied textures, sizes and smells that https://www.viagrageneric.org/ stimulate the senses. Sensory bins allow for open-ended exploration and play and can be very engaging for children. If you’re looking to make a sensory bin for spring, here are just a few ideas of items you might want to try:

Filling material:

  • Grass (real or fake)
  • Small gardening stones
  • Dried black beans (mimicking dirt)

Items to put inside your bin:

  • Plastic eggs
  • Gardening shovel
  • Small planting pots
  • Plastic bugs
  • Flowers

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