This round up shares kids activities that involve sensory bins that help children build on known concepts and explore learning some new ones too. Each of these posts share bin fillers that many of us may have at home already, are reasonable to purchase or could borrow from a friend.
My son loves to explore and learn through kids activities in sensory bins or his water table. I think you may have children in your life that will love learning in sensory bins too.
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Kids Activities With Sensory Learning
Playing the toys in individual tubs of water gave kids a chance to pretend play and so much more in a post by Life With The Moore Babies.
Adventures of Adam‘s tunnel sensory bin started out being a Meerkat Manor and ended up being a bin for cars traveling through tunnels. Both activities sound like fun to me!
If you squirt water out of a spray bottle, rubber ducks will move. Fantastic Fun and Learning’s two girls took turns exploring that concept and learning several more.
Frog, Snail and Puppy Dog Tails‘ tub of balls and bowls explored a number of basic concepts. I love how she had two children working and learning together in this post.
The ocean was the themed of a wonderful tub shared last week by The Chaos and The Clutter.
Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes shared a bin filled with wooden beads, wooden utensils and bowls. This looks like a wonderful bin to explore.
Several sensory bin ideas along with tips for setting up sensory bins was shared in a post from Mama Smiles.
Lalymom sent up a really cool bin with coins and a piggy bank. I love the idea of exploring money in a bin.
Ice cream game with shaving cream and ice is one of my son’s favorite summer kids activities in in his water table.
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