Fun Winter Sensory Activities for Your Preschooler
We can’t think of a better way to swing into the winter season with our preschoolers than with some winter sensory fun. Likewise, the winter season can introduce a range of new senses to your budding young scholar. Rather than save all of our favorites for the classroom, we thought to share a few with you. Read below for fun winter sensory activities for your preschooler.
This holiday twist on a winter treat makes for the perfect winter sensory bin. Firstly, use pinto beans and chocolate tea bags as the hot chocolate base. In addition, add cotton balls in place of the marshmallows. With this sensory bin, your preschooler will get an entirely new sense of bubbly hot chocolate.
This winter sensory bin is based on the New York Times bestselling children’s book ‘Snowmen at Night’. With just enough insta-snow, beads, and holiday trinkets, you’ll have instant hours of fun for your little one.
Best reserved for a less chilly day, this icy sensory bin requires very little supplies and provides quite a bit of learning fun.
Your preschooler will love this easy to do winter sensory craft. With just a plastic bottle, cotton balls, small tongs, and construction paper, you’ll have a super fun sensory activity and a very hungry snowman.
This snow dough recipe only requires 3 ingredients that you likely already have in your kitchen! With just a few items and your little one’s imagination, your preschooler will have endless winter sensory fun.
The arctic sensory bin is another opportunity to use a sensory-based activity to introduce your child to arctic habitats. Using items that can be easily found at your local store, you’ll be able to showcase a range of senses to your growing scholar.
Typically playing with the Christmas tree and ornaments is off-limits. This winter sensory bin, allows your child to sort of break the rules. With their own Christmas ornament sensory bin, they’ll be able to combine learning with holiday fun.