Your child will love this beautiful Winter Sensory Bin! It’s filled with peaceful colors and a variety of textures and sounds. Sensory activities and sensory bins promote exploration and encourage children to use scientific processes while they play, investigate, create, and explore different items. As they play around in a sensory bin they are helping their senses develop in so many ways. Ready to set up a fun seasonal sensory bin?
Easy Winter Sensory Bin
Easy Winter Sensory Bin for Toddlers and Preschoolers
These are examples that you will need to make your Easy Winter Sensory Bin is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in list form towards the bottom of the page. Enjoy!
Start by pouring the dry beans into a large container.
Fun Winter Sensory Bin
Put in all your winter sensory items and mix everything around. We enjoy sticking with a few wintery colors. It gives it such a calming feel. You can also add a drop or 2 of essential oil, calming the child or lavender are a couple of our favorites.
Let your children have fun scooping, digging and pouring while playing in a sensory bin that delights every sense.
This winter sensory play was the perfect activity for Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost.
Winter Sensory Bin
- 1 Container with Lid
- 2-3 lbs. Dry White Beans
- 6-8 Shiny Poms, assort. sizes
- 4-6 Jingle Bells
- 7-8 Small Glass Pebbles, blue and clear
- Assortment of small plastic candy canes, erasers, snowflakes
1. Pour the dry beans into the container.
2. Put in all your sensory items and mix everything around.
3. Add scoops and dig around this sensory bin to feel and find all sorts of items.
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