Treasure Sensory Bin: Fill bin with sand and little "treasures" with different textures. Students dig to find a treasure.

7 Fun Ideas for Sensory Bins

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Valentine's Day Sensory Box from Pink and Green Mama. Dye rice and pink and red things from the dollar section at Target, Dollar Store, etc. You want things they can put the rice in and pour.

Christmas Sensory Bin that uses Cinnamon and Vanilla scented and colored rice! Also great for building fine motor skills!

Christmas Sensory Bin that uses Cinnamon and Vanilla scented and colored rice! Also great for building fine motor skills!

sensory art - with shaving cream and food colouring (happyhooligans)

sensory art with shaving cream and food colouring

sensory art - totally easy, totally fun and gorgeous activity with shaving cream and food colouring (happyhooligans) .flabbergasted that I never thought to add food coloring to our shaving cream play!

This is a great variation on the nuts and bolts activity- fill up a tray or sensory table with nuts and bolts of various sizes for children to sort through and put together

Activities for Boy Scouts in-the-Making: It's Playtime

Our Bird Nest Tuff Spot is lovely idea for an Easter or Spring themed tray. We've used bird seed to cover the bottom which was very cheap and means we now have lots leftover to feed the real birds out in the garden with.

Spring sensory: Our Bird Nest Tuff Spot is lovely idea for an Easter or Spring themed tray. We've used bird seed to cover the bottom which was very cheap and means we now have lots leftover to feed the real birds out in the garden with.

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