|Water Bin & Sand Bin|
|Bubble Water Bin|
|Sand Bin With Name Dig Activity|
|Sand Bin With Rock Collecting & Counting Activity|
|Water Bin With Upcycled Milk Container Used As Water Toy|
|Cloud Dough Bin - 6 Cups Flour + 1 Cup Baby Oil|
I wanted to create sensory bins for indoor play as well. I shopped at my local Dollar Tree store and made these bins:
|Dry Pasta Bin|
|Farm Bin Using Dry Bean Mix|
|Colorful Cooked Pasta Bin|
|Sand, Sequins, and Pom Poms - Rainbow Bin|
|Water Bead Ocean Themed Bin|
|Colorful Sand & Sequins Bin|
For younger children who still put everything in their mouth, food sensory bins are a great option.
|Salt Bin With Construction Paper At Base|
Another great activity is to put sensory bins side by side for children to compare, contrast, and explore.
|My Son Using Cups To Compare & Contrast a Sand Bin, Rice Bin, and Cloud Dough Bin|
Sensory bins are great to keep in the house as a great go-to activity. I currently have four bins with lids stored in my playroom for my son to play with whenever he desires. These indoor bins tend to get messy so I always have a lightweight vacuum handy. I hope I have inspired you to gather some inexpensive materials and let your kids get messy with sensory bins all for the love of learning!