Fall Sensory Bins

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Fall is here. We’ve been phasing out some of our summer activities as the weather cools. I love the colours in the Fall so that helps me make the mental transition in adapting to the crisper weather.

Last week, we made our first autumn sensory bin of the season. Actually, it was a bin-in-a-bag I got from a friend so all I had to do was dump it into a bin and let the kids start playing!

Fall Sensory Bins:
20 Fall Sensory Bins

  1. Fall Button Tree Quiet Bin for Preschoolers from Hands On as We Grow (pictured)
  2. Thanksgiving Sensory Bin from here on The Chaos and Clutter
  3. Fall Sensory Basket Ideas for Babies from Growing Hands-On Kids
  4. Apple Sensory Bin {With Free Printable} from Teaching Mama (pictured)
  5. How to Create A Fall Colored Rice Sensory Bin from Little Miss Kate & Co.
  6. Fall Sensory Play for Toddlers from Fun at Home with Kids
  7. Autumn Sensory Bin with Birdseed and Cinnamon from here at The Chaos and The Clutter
  8. Fall Sensory Bin (With Homemade Pumpkin Play Dough) from Wildflower Ramblings
  9. Fall Farm Sensory Bin from The Jenny Evolution
  10. The Best Part of Harvest: Playing in the Corn Sensory Bin from The Resourceful Mama
  11. Pumpkin Patch Sensory Bin: Practicing Matching With Preschoolers from Life Over C’s (practised)
  12. Sunflower Sensory Bin from Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes (pictured)
  13. Camouflaged Dinosaurs in Autumn Leaves from Messy Little Monster (pictured)
  14. Football Sensory Bin from Fantastic Fun and Learning (pictured)
  15. Spooky Spider Sensory Bin from The Eyes of a Boy (pictured)
  16. Fall on the Farm Sensory Bin from Gift of Curiosity (pictured)
  17. Fall Sensory Bin from Happy Hooligans (pictured)
  18. Seek-N-Find Fall Sensory Bin from Mama Miss
  19. Pumpkin Patch Small World Sensory Play from Buggy and Buddy (pictured)
  20. Fall Harvest Sensory Bin Play Fine Motor from Learning through Playing

These fall sensory bins are sure to give you creative ideas for making your very own. If you’ve never made a sensory bin before and aren’t sure if your kids would enjoy playing in one, try one just once. I think you’ll be surprised how much time they spend using it and the type of imaginative play it inspires.

fall sensory bins

For hundreds of other sensory bin ideas, you can also follow my Sensory Bins board on Pinterest.

Follow Sharla Kostelyk’s board Sensory Bins on Pinterest.

If you are looking for information on making sensory bins, you may be interested in my book. The Ultimate Guide to Sensory Bins

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