Creating a sensory bin doesn’t have to be expensive and overwhelming.

To keep the mess and choking hazards to a minimum, I like to use large pom pom balls for a main base. As my child gets older, I plan to change this up more. I always go on a trip to my local Dollar Tree to pick up lots of add-ins. Then I make sure I include some sort of fine motor tool, like tongs.

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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