Letter R Sensory Bin

Last week our letter of the week was rhe letter R. So I put together another easy sensory bin recipes by theme focusing on the letter R. This was kind of a toss up on how I was going to do this. I went with things that start with the letter R for this one.

I used my preschooler to find things in our “Creative Learning Center” that started with the letter R. This helped to work on her beginning sounds, and allowed her the chance to out a sensory bin together for her little sister.

So this Letter R sensory bin that I am going to share with you guys was fun for my toddler and she spent the week pointing out things that she believes starts with the letter R to put in there. It’s not a super full sensory bin but it’s not empty and you can still get some lessons from it.

With this sensory bin we worked on: counting, pouring, ordering, threading, and a few other things.



Dump everything in the sensory bin and give it little shake.

That’s it!

Letter R Sensory Bin

Our bin is kind of full now and the girls have been finding lots of things that begins with the letter R. I love sensory bins that they can build off of, with the building it shows that they are picking up the lessons and can apply what they are learning.

Once again I left this sensory bin out for the week and we used it mostly in the morning while mommy made breakfast. During the day she came to play only after she found something that starts with the letter R.


Here is the video they enjoyed this weeknow for the Letter R.

5 Responses to Letter R Sensory Bin

  1. Loving all of your sensory bins!
    My Bored Toddler recently posted…Toddler Boredom Busters #1My Profile

  2. love that you leave the bin out for the week and that the kiddos stay engaged with it!!
    susen @Dabbling Momma recently posted…Learning While PretendingMy Profile

  3. I love this idea!

    Thanks for linking up with this week’s #FabulouslyFrugal x x
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  4. We love learning with sensory bins! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you join us again next week!
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