Since Lil’ Red is a hands-on, tactile, sensory learner I am always looking for new ways for him to explore and learn. We haven’t made many sensory bins but they are always a hit when I do set them up!
Super simple Winter Sensory bin for younger toddlers from My Mundane and Miraculous Life
You can use Epsom salt as a base for a crystal sensory bin like Cutting Tiny Bits shares.
If you have a block and truck lover you might want to make a snowy Winter Small World to play with like Stir the Wonder did.
Give your little girl a Frozen themed Winter Sensory bin just like There’s Just One Mommy did for her girls.
Add bowls and ice cream scoops to an Insta-Snow Sensory Tub like Play to Learn Preschool did.
Does your little one long to play with a Snowman? Try making a Simple Snowman Sensory Bin for your toddler found on Living Life and Learning
Turn a simple cake pan into a Wintery Wonderland Small World play like Red Ted Art did to create Snow White and the 7 Dwarves play scape.
Add a little sparkle to your playtime with a Winter Shine Sensory Bin found on Best Toys for Toddlers.
Pom-poms, snowflakes, and crystals fill the Winter Sensory Bin that Rubberboats and Elf Shoes shares.
Really ramp up your sensory bin by creating an Ice Sensory Play activity like Messy Little Monsters did!