Creating a sensory bin doesn’t have to be expensive and overwhelming. For the month of April, I decided to go with a gardening themed sensory bin.

My son was watching me plant flowers around the yard. It wasn’t long before he wanted to start helping me. This sensory bin is not only easy to put together, but also encourages children to use their imagination to dig, plant, and grow flowers or vegetables. The gardening shovel is the perfect tool for them to use with this sensory bin.

Sensory bins are a great way to encourage kids to explore. They love to learn through hands-on play. These bins are also a great way to provide an independent and quiet activity. Take a look at my other blog posts to see how I change the sensory bins every season.

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