15 More Must-See Sensory Bins

 Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day MumGrowing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board!

Can one ever have too many sensory bins???  After having seen the level of hands-on interaction, imaginative play, and fine motor skills practice my kids get out of ours, I’d say the answer is no!  Sensory bins are great for play and learning!  They are usually easy and cheap to put together, and are better in so many ways than most store bought toys!  Turn off the television and encourage your child to check out a sensory bin today!  You may remember I featured 7 must-see sensory bins a few weeks ago.  This week I’m back with MORE must-see sensory bins!!  

sensory bins

I hope these creative ideas inspire you as much as they have inspired me!!  I think I could look at photos of sensory bins all day.  They all just look so inviting and they make even me want to reach my hands in and PLAY!

15 More Must-See Sensory Bins for Kids

Including two different ways to make your own colored rice!

sensory bins

#1

Measuring Sensory Bin

by Learn with Play at Home

#2

Natural Textures Sensory Bin

by Dotty Mum of One

sensory bins
sensory bins

#3

Letter J Sensory Bin

by Life with Moore Babies

#4

Winter Sensory Bin with Arctic animals & coconut snow

by In Lieu of Preschool

winter sensory bin
sensory bins

#5

Magnet Sensory Bin

by Gift of Curiosity

#6

Soccer Sensory Bin with scented “grass”

by Parent Teach Play

sensory bins
sensory bins

#7

DIY Wedding I Spy Jar

by B-Inspired Mama

#8

The Lorax Sensory Bin with DIY Truffula Trees

by In Lieu of Preschool

sensory bins
sensory bins

#9

Cooking Sensory Bin

by In Lieu of Preschool

#10

Green Sensory Bin for St. Patrick’s Day

by The Good Long Road

sensory bins
sensory bins

#11

St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin

by Fantastic Fun and Learning

#12

St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin

by Blog Me Mom

sensory bins
sensory bins

#13

Easter Egg Sensory Bin

by Train Up a Child

#14

How to Color Rice (adds scent, too!)

by In Lieu of Preschool

sensory bins
sensory bins

#15

How to Make Coloured Rice

by Learn with Play at Home

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