If you’re looking for a fun sensory activity to do with your toddler or preschooler, this Easy Spring Sensory Bin is perfect! It’s such a fun way to get them excited about Spring and also work on their fine motor skills as well.
Creating this simple sensory bin only takes a few minutes, a few supplies, and will provide hours of fun. Your children will love it!
Easter Sensory Bin
Easy Spring Sensory Bin
Sensory bins are always a great idea because they are so much fun and provide a variety of engaging ways children can use their senses.
You’ll find that when you make this Spring sensory bin, you can easily add in other fun items as well.
Have your child gather up some fun spring supplies so that they’re part of the process!
My children enjoyed taking the eggs apart and stacking the eggs with this bin and he loved opening and closing the eggs. Playing in the sand indoors was also a really cool bonus!
What you will need to make your Spring 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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How to Make this Simple Sensory Bin
- Sensory bin or tray
- Purple decorative sand
- Plastic Easter Eggs
- Decorative foam Easter eggs or other spring ideas (glittery)
- Straw or stick for drawing or writing in the sand
- Popsicle sticks
- Pom poms
Start by pouring sand into the bin. Then, make certain to spread the sand out evenly.
Next, take and place pom poms around the bin.
Add plastic and foam Easter eggs in the sensory bin as well.
Have them find the plastic eggs and stack them into a pile.
You can also add a scoop, straws, figures, and even popsicle sticks.
It’s playtime! Let your child explore and discover all that they want!
Pouring the sand in the eggs and then dumping it out is so much fun!
Anything that they want to do with this sensory bin can be a lot of fun. They’ll find ways to play and explore that are great for passing the time. Sit with them and watch them explore all the fun.
Spring Sensory Activities
Once you make this Spring Sensory Bin, your kids will love these sensory activities too.
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