Easy Sensory Bins Recipes by Theme

There are so much learning and fun that you can have with sensory bins. I try to setup a new sensory bin every week for the girls that aid in that week’s lessons. I have found that they help to reinforce what we are learning and they are great for introducing something new. We use our sensory bins in the morning to get the homeschool day started while I am getting breakfast ready. They are perfect for alone time play and quite time when you have a child that don’t want to take a nap.

Here in this list you will find our favorite sensory bins that we have used over and over again.  Some of these are very easy to throw together and some you will find fun to let your child put together. We have a few that are more like small world play and can lead to loads of questions that will open up for a great lesson.


A list of sensory bins that are easy to put together for your toddler or preschooler that will aid in introducing a new learning or reinforcing a lesson.


Ladybug Sorting Sensory Bin

Letter R Sensory Bin

Triangle Sensory Bin

Spring Time Yellow Sensory Bin

Galaxy Sensory Bin

Green Things Sensory Bin

Yellow Sensory Bin

Square Sensory Bin

Rainbow Snow Sensory Bin

Ice Sensory Bin

Snowman Sensory Bin

Alphabet Bottle Cap Sensory Bin

Red Beans and Rice Sensory  Bin

Water Sensory Play

Red Beans and Rice Sensory Bin

Circle Sensory Bin

Snowman Sensory Bin

Easy Ice Sensory Bin

Valentine Sensory Bin

Farm Sensory Bin

Water with Streamers Sensory Bin

Fall Sensory Bin

Water Bead Sensory Bin

Coffee Sensory Bin

Dinosaur Sensory Bin

2 Responses to Easy Sensory Bins Recipes by Theme

  1. swapna says:

    Great list! I love the idea of sensory bins and still use em! Pinning to the practical mondays board 🙂
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  2. Heather H says:

    Wow – that’s a lot of sensory bin ideas! I love the spring colors in the one pictured. Thanks for sharing these with the Everything Kids party this week.
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