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Christ-Centered Easter Sensory Bin

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This was a very simple sensory bin to make. I used four colours of Easter grass as the base and added a cross shaped cookie cutter, a wooden cross the kids had painted gold, and a stained “glass” cross. I am also adding Resurrection Eggs as we complete them. We use Resurrection Eggs every year but this is a new way to use them.

After we discuss the item in each egg and how it relates to the Easter story, I add that egg and its item to the sensory bin and the kids can then play with them when they play in the sensory bin and reinforce their learning.

Today, I’m sharing over at the Homeschool Village about 5 Christ-Centered Easter Activities that our family has done. It includes ideas on food, printables and crafts.

You may also be interested in checking out my Christ-Centered Easter Pinterest Board.

 

Comments

  1. Great ideas!

  2. What a great idea! I would have never thought to put our Resurrection Eggs in a sensory bin. We will have to try this. 🙂

  3. Love the sensory bin idea! We also have resurrection eggs that a friend gave me. I think we are going to do them this afternoon with our 2 year old 🙂 Thanks for linking up for the Eggstra Special Easter Blog Hop!!

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