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 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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