Sensory bins are a great hands-on way for your kids to learn more about symbols and vocabulary related to Easter. If you’re teaching about Easter as part of your spring themes this season, there are so many activities you can choose from to supplement your learning! With these Easter sensory bins, you can help kids with fine motor practice, oral language development, and sensory exploration. These creative sensory bins would work well with a Spring unit or Easter theme!
Easter Sensory Bins
This Easter Sensory Bin is bold and full of sparkle, and kids are sure to love it! There’s also a lot of opportunity for learning and sensory discovery embedded in this small…but very full..bin.
Toddlers seem to really love rice bins so they will definitely love to explore this adorable Easter Sensory Bin filled with rice, colorful Easter eggs, and more.
When it comes to Easter activities for kids, using plastic eggs is a no brainer. The kids just love them! So it’s fun to pair them with wet and slimy lavender-scented water beads in this super simple Easter Sensory Bin.
During the holiday season, you can enjoy this quick Easter Sensory Bin with your kids. This bin is a great choice for early childhood play.
Sensory play is an excellent way to learn, play, and interact and your kids are sure to love interacting with and exploring this adorable Easter Egg Wash Water Sensory Play activity.
These Easter Sensory Bins for Toddlers are simple to set up and will keep kids having so much fun! For all of these Easter sensory bins, you can use plastic eggs from the dollar store.
This fun Easter Sensory Bin uses colored beans, colorful plastic eggs, a cute mini basket, some glittery bunnies, a few pastel pouch caps. It is sure to be loads of fun for the kiddos.
This Easter Sensory Bin for Preschool is super quick and easy to set up at home or in your classroom. This is a simple sensory bin that your kids will have fun playing in and learning.
Your kids are sure to love this cute and colorful Springtime Easter Sensory Bin because they will not only get to explore all of the fun textures, they will get to eat the yummy Easter candy when they are finished.
With this Rainbow Wooden Easter Egg Sensory Bin, you can hide eggs amongst matching colorful tissue paper grass for little ones to go on a mini egg hunt.
This Giant Easter Sensory Bin for Toddlers will help keep the grass and Easter fun contained and let your little ones dump, throw, and play all day long!
This Bunny Tail Sensory Bin for Preschool is themed after the song, “Here Comes Peter Cottontail.” Kids can explore bunny tails while working on fine motor skills, correspondence, and counting.
This simple Easter Sensory Bin is filled with budget-friendly materials and guarantees your kiddos will have a sensory-rich experience while sorting, classifying, counting, and developing fine motor skills.
This Easter Sensory Bin for Toddlers is such fun, and it’s easy to put together. It is perfect for both toddlers and preschoolers, and it’s a fun way to help them develop their fine motor skills
Help your kids to work on their counting skills while having fun with this super cute Jelly Beans Easter Sensory Bin for Toddlers and Preschoolers. They will love being able to eat the jelly beans when they’re done.
You will only need a few fun and colorful materials for this adorable Magnetic Easter Egg Hunt. Your little ones will be exploring and sorting and discovering how magnets work in no time.
MORE EASTER FUN WITH PRINTABLE EASTER THEME LESSON PLANS
Save time and get right to the playful learning with our printable lesson plan sets. Each set includes over 30 playful learning activities related to the theme, and we’ve provided different versions for home preschool families and classroom teachers so all activities are geared directly toward your needs.
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