Simple sensory bins are fun to throw together in a few minutes. Sometimes, all it takes to occupy the kids in a sensory learning activity is just two items that you can find around the house or in the toy bin. We started a Simple Sensory Bin series a few weeks ago, making sensory bins with just two items. We’re working our way through the alphabet with simple sensory activities. Of course we’re not going alphabetically…that would make too much sense 🙂 Instead, we’re just playing our way around the alphabet. Today, we bring you B is for Beans and Bugs!
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“B” themed sensory bin
We gathered up just two items for this easy sensory bin.
How easy is this sensory bin? It doesn’t get much easier to throw together. Open a bag of dried beans. Scatter bugs around. Play.
We love our Melissa and Doug bugs. The colors of these little guys are so vibrant and stand out great against the black of the beans.
We played with this bug sensory bin for such a long time. And the pretend play…we had bugs digging in “dirt”, bugs making other buggy friends, and bugs building “dirt houses”.
These three buggy friends were talking and having a party.
Sensory play has never been so easy. We put these black beans away for another day. And maybe dinner. 😉
What simple sensory ideas will be next in our series? Stay tuned for easy ideas coming this way soon!
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