Check out these jelly bean activities for preschoolers. It’s a fun Easter Sensory Bin idea that is a great way to get toddlers and preschoolers counting and exploring as well.
This Counting Jelly Beans Easter Sensory Bin not only helps your child work on their counting skills but it also counts as a really fun Easter idea as well.
We love to celebrate holidays in our house so anytime we can combine fun sensory activities with learning, we’re 100% excited to do so!
Counting Jelly Beans Easter Sensory Bin
Jelly Bean Sensory Bin
If you’re looking for jelly bean activities for preschoolers, you’re going to love this one! It combines so many things in one simple activity and is certain to have them playing and exploring for hours on end.
This counting Easter sensory bin is one that they can help with as well. Having them join in on the fun is a great way to create something educational together!
We were able to pick up a lot of the needed supplies for this Counting Sensory Bin at the local dollar store so it isn’t expensive to make at all!
Easter Sensory Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
What you will need to make your Jelly Bean Counting 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 an Easter Sensory Bin
- 2 Bags of Green Split Peas
- Green Paper Easter Grass
- Carrot Easter Eggs (Any plastic eggs would work)
- Black Permanent Marker
In a medium-size rectangle container, start by pouring in the split peas.
Add a little bit of the Easter grass and mix together.
Place a bunch of jellybeans in the “grass”. Make sure to bury some and leave
Take the lids of the carrot eggs and write on any numbers you would like.
Jelly Bean Activities for Preschoolers
Next, take and place the bass of the egg into the container and set the lid tilted on top.
Counting Easter Sensory Bin
Have the child dig for jellybeans and place as many in the egg as the number on
the lid says.
This is such a great way for little ones to learn how to count! Have fun!
Easter Counting Activities
They’re going to be digging for those eggs to snack on them!
If your kids love jelly beans then you should definitely celebrate National Jelly Bean Day. And adding this fun jelly bean counting sensory bin might be perfect for your toddlers and preschoolers.
Jelly Bean Activities
Once you make this Jelly Bean Sensory Bin your kids will love these Jelly Bean Activities too.
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