One of my favorite sensory bins is a simple container full of beans. Of course fall is the perfect time to use nature to create a sensory bucket. All it takes is a quick walk around the neighborhood with a bag. You can take the collecting adventure on your own… or let the kids decide what to keep!
Inside the Fall Sensory Bin
- Leaves. Collect as many different types, sizes and colors as you can.
- Pine needles.
- Pine cones.
- Sticks and twigs.
- Seed pods.
Along Side the Fall Sensory Bin
- Empty tissue boxes.
- Tic Tac containers.
- Toilet paper rolls.
- Yogurt containers.
- Measuring spoons.
Making the Sensory Bin Experience Awesome
This post is a part of Fall lesson plan.