16 Creative Sensory Bins
Your kids will love playing with these scented rainbow beans!
via B-Inspired Mama
Put all those dandelion’s that pop-up in the spring to use with this water play sensory table.
via House of Burke
Use Blue Water Beads to make a Beach sensory bin.
This x-ray light box can be a lot of fun to learn about skeletons.
Oatmeal is a great medium for sensory play, especially outside on a sunny day. When you add water to oatmeal it makes it even more interesting to explore.
Create a Rainbow Yarn Sensory Tub and hide objects in the yard for more sensory fun!
Why throw away perfectly good silk from corn husks? Add a little food coloring and let your kids play with it! Everyone wins!
via KZ and Me
There are so many ways to use pasta to create a sensory bin! My favorite is to add a little bit of color and sort the different shapes!
Here is another Messy sensory bin with sand and water. Just like being at the beach but at home.