Spring is in the air and simple sensory activities make play time memorable. I wanted to share a place where all of our Spring sensory activities could be found in one place. These are easy ways to play while addressing sensory needs with tactile sensory play. Getting messy in the dirt or exploring the scents of the season will bring sensory play to the basics. And what mom doesn’t like to hear about simple play ideas that build skills? Here are some of our favorite sensory ways to play this season:
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Simple Spring Sensory Activities
This Easy Spring Water Sensory Bin will help with eye-hand coordination while adding a scented sensory experience. It’s easy set-up and easy clean-up, too!
This Spring Sensory Bag is mess-free and addresses visual percepetual skills like scanning, eye-hand coordination, and proprioception. We created our sensory bag with a bug theme, but this is an activity that can be modified to many different areas.
A Dandelion Sensory Bin is an easy way to explore texture and the sense of touch. It’s an easy set-up sensory activity that is sure to build memories. My kids are still talking about this activity from last Spring.
Grow a Sensory Garden and touch all of the senses as you create your garden. The best thing about a sensory garden is that it is a sensory goldmine that lasts throughout the summer and fall, too!
Get MORE Spring sensory activities with our Spring Occupational Therapy ebook. It’s loaded with easy sensory ideas and will keep your kids playing with the senses all season long!
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