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

February is the month of flowers, chocolate, cards, and love! My toddler discovered candy conversation hearts for the first time, so I thought it was a great idea to use them for sensory learning experience. I included a heart scooper/measuring spoon and tongs for fine motor practice. Then I created a sorting mat so that we could practice color recognition and counting.

The candy heart sorting printable was a Freebie Friday post on my Instagram. Make sure you follow me to see even more free printables!

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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