I always keep in mind what preschoolers love most about our sensory bins:
I’d love to know what your children’s favorite sensory bins are. What can I add to this collection?
Spring Sensory Bins for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Rubber Duck Sensory Table
Head on over to this post to see how we put this spring water activity together!
Color-Matching Sensory Table
Rainbow Sensory Bin
Rainy Weather Sensory Bin
Bunny Sensory Bin
- Pastel-colored bunnies
- Small containers that are the same colors as the bunnies
Bugs Sensory Table
- Gardening tools
- Magnifying glasses
- Bug catchers
Gardening Sensory Table
- Bug catchers
- Plant containers
Catching Bugs Sensory Table
Dried black beans
Frog Sensory Table
Head on over to this page to see how it’s put together!
More spring sensory ideas:
Play Dough and Chicks (Learn with Play at Home)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sensory Bin (Rubberboots and Elf Shoes)
Birds’ Nest Sensory Play (Craftulate)
Rainbow Rice Hunt (Modern Preschool)
Peas and Carrots Sensory Play (B-Inspired Mama)
Fine Motor Easter Egg Hunt Bin (In the Playroom)
Flower Sensory Bin (Buggy and Buddy)
Spring Sensory Bin (Learning and Exploring Through Play)
Insect Sensory Bin (Stir the Wonder)
Bonus! Grab your preschool color books pack!
Whether you’re teaching your toddler their colors or starting your preschooler or kindergartner on color words, these printable color books are a great way to practice and, as you read through them, can add a little bit of vocabulary practice into their day as well.
Each of the included color books have both a color and a black and white version so that you can either print and assemble them yourself for your students to look through or, have your students color and assemble their own.
For $6.50 you can download this PDF digital packet now!
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