Sensory Bin Base Ideas
Add colored noodles to a bin and add cups, spoons, funnels, and more for fine motor play. Crayon Box Chronicles made this concept sensory bin in their dyed noodles sensory bin.
Shredded paper makes a great sensory base. Save the junk mail and send it through the shredder to make a shredded paper reptile sensory bin from Crayon Box Chronicles.
The dollar store has a vast amount of ways to incorporate learning into sensory bins. Crayon Box Chronicles made this colored hay sensory bin. How fun!
Have you ever made snow dough? Seriously the coolest stuff! This snow dough Arctic Circle sensory bin is one of my favorites from Crayon Box Chronicles .
Dirt makes a great sensory bin base. How many ways can you think of to play? I love what Crayon Box Chronicles did with their dirt monster truck sensory bin.
Many sensory bin bases can be found in your pantry. We used split peas as the base in our split pea sensory bin.
Sand is one way to create a simple sensory bin. A few ingredients is all it takes to make the sand into sand dough link in this sand dough beach sensory bin from Crayon Box Chronicles.
Water Beads can be found in the floral section of many stores. The non-toxic material makes a great base for sensory play. We had a blast with our waterbead sensory bin.
Jello is such an interesting material to eat…and to play with! The texture is perfect for sensory exploration. Crayon Box Chronicles used it to create this jello iceberg sensory bin.