Spider Sensory Bin - Fine Motor Fun!
This spider sensory bin is a fun way to work on toddler and preschool fine motor skills while dropping spiders down the water spout.
Easy Farm Sensory Bin for Preschoolers
This farm sensory bin is super easy to put together, and preschoolers love it! Fine motor skills are strengthened as corn kernels are transferred.
Cloud Dough That Smells Like Birthday Cake - I Can Teach My Child!
Birthday Cake Scented Cloud Dough! Such a fun sensory experience, especially for little ones getting ready to celebrate their birthday!
Our Top Fall Sensory Bins - Super Fun!
Top 7 Fall Sensory Bins Toddlers and Preschoolers Love -These are our favorites with our 2 and 3 year olds!
Looking for pinecone activities for kids? Try this cinnamon scented pinecone sensory bin that's perf
Looking for pinecone activities for toddlers and preschool aged kids? Then try this cinnamon scented pine cone sensory bin! #pinecones #kidsactivities #preschool #sensoryplay #sensorybins #sensorybin
Easy Sensory Bin Ideas!
Are you looking for great sensory bin ideas for kids? Are you looking for sensory bins that are not only fun but easy and fast to assemble? Your child will love these 25 easy sensory bin ideas!
Easy Apple Sensory Table that Also Builds Fine Motor Skills
Looking for an easy apple sensory table for your fall theme? This activity has an extra fine-motor challenge with scoops and tweezers and is fun!
Here's a Quick Way to Put Together a Fall Sensory Bin
Looking for a quick way to put together a toddler apple sensory bin? The secret is always having a batch of dyed rice available and add felt apples!
Apple Themed Fine Motor Activity
This apple themed fine motor activity combines early math, colors, and fine motor skills all in one activity for toddlers and preschoolers. By flipping the tree tops, it easily transitions to a more challenging activity for older preschoolers and kindergartners. Fall | Sorting | Early Childhood | Hand-Eye Coordination
Icy Letters: A Literacy Sensory Bin - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME
Freeze letters frozen in ice to create a fun literacy sensory bin. It is a great way to get preschoolers practicing letters and staying cool during summer!
Food Free Sensory Bins and Tubs
Simple and easy these low prep sensory bins are great for independent play for your toddlers and preschoolers. Free from food they are perfect to set up and let y our tots explore and enjoy.
Sensory Bin Ideas for Kindergarten at Home - How Wee Learn
Sensory bins are a great way for kindergarteners to work on academic and developmental skills in at home. In this post I’ve rounded up the best sensory bin ideas for kindergarteners to learn about nature and work on literacy skills, numeracy skills, STEM skills, and fine motor skills. With these sensory bin ideas kindergarten aged...Read More »
How To Build A Tuff Tray Stand DIY Style
We love Tuff Tray Play but it can be expensive to get set up with the tray and stand to begin with! But what if there was a way to keep costs down and get
Alphabet Pom Pom Sensory Bin
Even though we are using Letter of the Week themes in our homeschool preschool, we are still exploring the alphabet as a whole. One fun way we're doing that is with this fantastically fun alphabet