Easy Fall Sensory Play

Fall Sensory Bin

Hey y’all! I want to share this easy fall sensory bin that I quickly put together for the girls in less than five minutes, with things that we already had on hand. I love Easy Sensory Bin Recipes by Theme and this fits right in with it. It covered more than just one child but fun for both the girls

Like I said this bin uses things that I already had on hand. I don’t think teaching my children should cost me an arm and leg, plus I don’t have an arm or leg to give for it at this moment. So I reuse a lot of our resources and try to make sure that I get all that I can get from it. We tend to use a lot of things that are around us to learn and use every opportunity to learn something new. (Nothing is the same as it was five minutes ago, so pull your lessons.)

Fall Sensory Bin

What’s all included in this bin

I took all of the materials and just literally dumped them in a bin and handed the bin over. Fro Baby did just what I thought that she would be doing, practicing her number words and Baby G did just what I thought she would do, play and copy her big sister.

They did some pumpkin stacking, dry pouring, bean and glass bead counting and sorting. Yes! Baby G is now into sorting. She doesn’t sort color but she is fascinated with size. We have been playing with a little sorting lately and I am just having fun watching her grow.

Sensory bins are great busy time play for kids. I am normally monitoring my kids when we do sensory play, there are just too many choking hazards with sensory play for me. Now I don’t just sit there with my eyes on my kids the whole time like some kind of stalker. I let them enjoy independent play while I might be cooking, prepping for cooking, making lunch, reading a book, reading a book about cooking… You get the idea, I’m always close by.

Now go and make your fall sensory bin and let your child enjoy.

This is a requested post as well as this here (How to Dye Pasta). We do plenty of activities and I love to come up new ones all the time. If there is anything that you would like to see let us know in the comments and I will work it out.

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4 Responses to Easy Fall Sensory Play

  1. AmieJo says:

    I love sensory bins. They are always so much fun.
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  2. Mum of One says:

    Oh my little girl would love this. I am terrified of her trying to eat it all though LOL! Many thanks for sharing with the #pinitparty. Have pinned 🙂
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    • Tinytotsadventures says:

      LOL! I have one that use to eat everything. With activities like this I like to monitor her.

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