Alphabet Bottle Cap Sensory Bin

Alphabet Bottle Cap Sensory Bin

The toddler and I have been playing with the Alphabets  this month and she has been having lots of fun with them. One way that we played with the alphabets  last week was with a fun sensory  bin.

 

The activities  that we played with last week all used bottle caps so to keep with my bottle cap use I decided that this sensory  bin would use our uppercase  bottle cap alphabets. What a great idea this was.

With just two simple ingredients  this sensory  bin was something  like a good idea. We discovered  that you can fill the caps and pour from one cap into anotger. We figured  out that the caps could be buried deep inside out small bin and be dug up with another bottle caps.

Alphabet  Bottle  Cap  Sensory  Bin

Materials  used:

  • Uppercase alphabet bottle caps
  • Dyed beans
  • Small sensory  bin
  • Scoop

 

For this bin once gain I just dumped everything  in the bin and left it for my toddler to play with. I left this bin out for the week plus the weekend and each day she actually  played with it. We ended up adding spoons to it and she would ask what some letters were and show me what others are.

 

This sensory bin unlike some of our other more interactive bins only comes out in the morning during the time when mommy is making breakfast, just to keep her engaged and away from the tv. This bin was really simple to put together, but it packs in so much learning.

This post is linked up with TOTS SCHOOLING

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9 Responses to Alphabet Bottle Cap Sensory Bin

  1. Such a great idea! Going to pass this on to my daughter, she’s going to love this.
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  2. sometimes simple is more! Your beans look great too!
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  4. The simple and frugal ideas are the best! Thanks for linking up with the Fabulously Frugal Link Party!
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  5. jill says:

    This looks like a fun way to learn the abcs.

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