With this Aunt nearing the end of my pregnancy, I’m all about EASY things these days. The features from this week’s Share It Saturday link up are easy sensory bins for the kids to use to learn, explore, and play. So if you are looking to throw together a sensory bin or two, these are the ones for you…easy and fun!
Easy Sensory Bin ideas for kids
This In The Sky Sensory Bin from Sweet Silly Sara uses just a few materials and inspires imagination while encouraging exploration of textures.
Looking for a learning sensory bin idea? This Letter themed sensory bin from Life With Moore Babies uses items from around the house. No need to purchase anything, just go on a letter hunt and fill a bin!
For an Ocean Sensory Bin, Stir The Wonder used a water table as a sensory bin, making play easy and fun.
It is easy to encourage a little learning with this Math and Science Sensory Bins from One Time Through. Simple objects can allow for big learning of math, science, and more.
Nature inspired sensory bins are maybe the easiest way to explore textures and the great outdoors. This Sticks Sensory Bin from Danya Banya hits the mark with fine motor play, imagination, and fun.
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