Treasure baskets otherwise known as Sensory bins are the best! Have you given them a try with your little one? Baby Bell and I have been enjoying sensory play for a while now. You can check out some other sensory bins here and here. I love watching her explore everything in this Santa Sensory basket. She touches, shakes, examines, and sometimes tastes everything she finds. Toddlers are so curious about everything, why not give them a safe treasure basket to explore?
Christmas Sensory Bin
Santa Treasure Basket for Toddlers
Santa’s treasure basket is full of large white cotton balls (reminding us of snow), Felt Snowflakes, Tree’s, and Reindeer. I also wrapped a few popsicle sticks with pipe cleaners. I wrapped the sticks making them easier for little fingers to hold. Then I topped the basket off with several large jingle bells for shaking.
Bells loved her treasure basket so much; she wanted to get in the basket. If you have a toddler, I suggest putting a holiday treasure basket or sensory bin together for them. Then sit back and observe. It’s so much fun seeing and hearing all of the smiles and giggles. Plus it’s a great sensory experience for them.
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