Easy Fall Sensory Bins That Your Child Will Love
As the seasons change so too can our sensory bin ideas. Fall is a perfect time to make sensory bins for your little one that introduces them to the wonders of fall. From the scent of cinnamon to the touch of turning leaves, we are sharing easy fall sensory bins that your child will love.
There is nothing that feels more like fall than apples and cinnamon. This sensory bin has all the best elements of fall.
While this is not the kind of soup one could eat, it makes for a fun mix that your preschooler will love. Using just water, food coloring, and plastic leaves, you’ll have all you need for this sensory soup.
As the name suggests, this sensory bin has it all. With so many fun pieces of fall in this crafty activity, it will make for endless fun.
This sensory bin is perfect for those that are allergy-sensitive as it opts for artificial fall items. With hay, pumpkins, and pinecones, it is certain to be a barrel of fun for your preschooler.
This particular sensory bin makes for a great lead up to Thanksgiving. Using a mix of beads, pom-poms, and gourds, you’ll have a harvest-themed bin that’s easy to fall in love with
All-natural is the focus of this sensory bin. The items that make up this activity can be found right in your yard which is perfect for teaching your little one the wonders around them.
This fall sensory bin is another one that’s practical to make using items found in your home and yard. Using past or rice and fall focused items, your preschooler will be sure to have a blast.
The sprouts of fall begin with a single seed and this sensory bin makes good use of that. Using sunflower and pumpkin seeds with a mix of autumn elements, you’ll have the perfect fall sensory bin.
We can’t imagine fall without a bushel of corn. While this bin opts for kernels instead of the full cob, it’s a great combination of education with sensory fun.
This might be the cutest sensory bin we have ever seen. Using a pumpkin and a few woodland elements, you’re little one will have their own sensory bin village with hours of play