Fall Sensory Bin

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Fall Sensory Bin

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Kids are going to love getting their hands into this colorful fushion bead based sensory bin!
Fall Sensory Bin with fushion beads #sensoryplay #kidsactivities #preschool

Fall Sensory Bin for Kids

Our fall sensory bin was a BIG hit! I loaded it up with autumn color fusion beads. They made a great “main” part of the bin and added lots of color & interest.  In the box were leaves, cork flowers (texture), old nutmeg spice container that still smelled, acorns (which Minnie LOVED counting and moving around)
acorns make a great sound on this measuring cupcounting
Pumpkins that the kids enjoyed picking up with large tongs
using tongs for fine motor
Cinnamon sticks to smell & red ribbon to practice tying with
smelling cinnamon
Feathers to sort, touch & TICKLE!
a tickling feather!
Foam fall shaped beads to sort, organize, touch, and feel.
sorting by color
Goofy enjoyed stringing the fusion beads on a shoe lace to make a necklace. They were so small it ended up being a great fine motor activity for him!
making a fusion bead necklace
We’ve had countless hours of fun with our box. Just today the kids started asking, “What kind of bin is next?”
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7 comments:

  1. Great! Our sensory box is mostly year round to be honest. We change out whatever is floating it every once in a while.

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  2. Awesome sensory box - and I love all your related activities! I'm so glad you linked up with Montessori Monday! I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

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  3. Found your blog on Preschool Corner on Home school creations! Love your fall theme! My kids love acorns too!!

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  4. That's fab! I am about the put an autumn sensory bing together-so far we have acorns and toy animals. I am going to buy some nuts and add some coloured beeds too!

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  5. Nice bin! I always admire people doing sensory bins, but was never brave enough to do it here - too much mess :)

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  6. Love this sensory bin! I'm going to feature it tomorrow at the AfterSchool party. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Great ideas!! Thanks for linking up at {junk in their Trunk}. Come stop by tomorrow for our 2nd link party!

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