Sight Word Sensory Bin
Put those paper shreds to work and use them in fun play. Shredded paper is a great sensory bin filler. We’ve used it a few other times and it actually about today because Little Guy remembered doing this Snowy Farm Sensory Bin activity and asked if we could pull out some shredded paper again. The shredded paper can even be dyed to give your sensory bin a colorful spin. We dyed shredded paper pink in our Valentine’s Day sensory bin.
Big Sister played in the sensory bin and said the words as she pulled them out. We made sentences together with the words from the bin.
Big Sister wanted to add her entire sight word collection to the sensory bin. It turned out to be mostly sight words! I think we’re on to a new sensory bin filler 😉
Looking for more sight word activities for beginner readers? Try these fun ideas:
Sight Word Sticky Easel
Sight Word Manipulatives
Sight Word Scavenger Hunt
Beginner Sight Word Letter Match
I Spy Sight Word Sensory Bottle
No-Mess Sensory Sight Word Spelling
Sight Word Bottle Cap Stampers
2 thoughts on “Sight Word Sensory Bin”
love the shredded paper!! what a great way to have fun and learn:)
This looks like a great way to practice sight words! Thanks for sharing at After School!
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