Fall Sensory Bin

Fall LEaf Sensory Bin

It’s getting cool and crisp outside and the grass is changing colors. We know this season and for us it’s one of our favorite seasons. Fall is coming! To celebrate the start of fall I put together a simple Fall Sensory bin that they played with while I read a few books over the weekend. If you like this and would like to see more sensory bins then check out Easy Sensory Bin Recipes. There you will find lots of easy sensory bins that you can quickly put together on the fly.

Items used

Fillers

  • Black beans
  • Glass stones
  • Decorative leaves
  • Medium sized sensory bin

Educational Items:

  • Number bottle caps
  • Letter bottle caps
  • Number and letter foam leaves

Prep

  1. Clean sensory bin
  2. Add all the fillers an educational items in bin
  3. Shake bin lightly to even out

So they ended up pulling out the leaves and they counted, pointed out the colors, sorted, beginning addition and subtraction, measurements, ect. This sensory bin is something like an open play and open learning. You can take from it what you see in it. This is a great bin to use to build up some language skills and if you have more than one child playing then they can learn about sharing, taking turns, playing nice, conversation with each other and so much more.

Fall LEaf Sensory Bin

More Fall Learning

Fall Spice playdoughfestureDry erase apple cards with free printableHarvest Time Math: Tiny Tots AdventuresFall Sensory Bin
Fall Leaf Number Words
Measure with leaves. Measuring with non-standard units of measurements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Responses to Fall Sensory Bin

  1. Such a beautiful time of year and this sensory bin shows that beauty…so pretty and lots of learning go on…..a win, win!
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  2. Kim says:

    My kids love seasonal/holiday inspired sensory bins! I hope you will come by and link this up at Made for Kids link party.
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  3. This looks like a great fall activity! Thanks for sharing on #ToddlerFunFriday
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