This Little Bunny Sensory Bin is just too cute to pass up. If your child is excited that Easter is approaching, making this Easter Bunny Sensory Bin is a great way to keep them happy and curious!
Just gather up a few simple supplies that you’ll need and your toddlers and preschoolers will be digging around and exploring with this Bunny Sensory activity before you know it!
Go ahead, hop to it. Sensory play with book activities is the best!
Easter Sensory Bin
Little Bunny Sensory Bin for Toddlers and Preschoolers
This Spring Sensory Bin is bright and colorful and a great way to work your child’s senses as well as their fine motor skills. With a little bit of curiosity and digging around, they’re going to have hours upon hours of creative play.
Sensory Bins are a great way to allow your toddlers and preschoolers to use their senses and imagination in a productive and fun way. This one is a little bit different because it’s also combining the fun of reading together and exploring, too!
Spring Sensory Bin
What you will need to make your Bunny Sensory Bin is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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Sensory Bin Materials
- Hippity, Hoppity, Little Bunny Book
- Easter Eggs (different sizes)
- Mama Bunny and Baby Bunny
- Rainbow toy
- Bowl or Basket
- 2- 1lb Bags of White Rice
- 2 Tbsp White Vinegar
- Pink & Green Food Coloring
- Container (Any size you would like)
How to Make this Rabbit Sensory Bin
In a gallon size baggie, add one bag of rice, 5-6 drops of pink food coloring, and
1 tablespoon of vinegar. Close the bag, mix and squish with your hands until all the
coloring is coating the rice. Repeat step for the green rice. (Let the kiddos help with this one – it’s part of the fun!)
Lay each color of rice out on parchment paper to dry for about 10 minutes,
then add each color to your container.
Make certain that it dries or the colors will run and bleed into one another.
Add all your Easter items to the container. Bury some of the eggs so the kids
will have to dig for them.
Separate them as much as possible!
Spring Book Activities for Preschoolers and Toddlers
As you read the book, have the kids find where the next eggs will be.
They can use the scoop to dig around more or just use their hands instead.
Spring Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
The book reading makes it a really fun activity to do together as a family.
Whatever they find in the sensory bin, have them put into their own little Easter baskets.
Easter Bunny Sensory Bin
The more you can hide, the more fun they’ll have!
Have fun playing and reading at the same time!
Bunny Activities for Kids
Once you make this Bunny Sensory Bins, your kids will love these Spring Activities too.
- Easy Easter Bunny Crafts for Preschoolers
- Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft
- Preschool Feelings and Emotions Printables
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