Spring is full of sensory play opportunities. Head outdoors to dig in the dirt, or bring sensory play indoors with some creative spring sensory bins. Use these spring sensory activities for fine motor practice, sensory exploration and more during spring theme activities in your classroom and at home. These spring sensory bins are great for toddler and preschool sensory play.
Spring Sensory Bins
This Counting Seeds Gardening Sensory Bin allows for hands-on exploration of planting seeds right into the “soil” all while working on number recognition, counting, and one-to-one correspondence.
This Spring Themed Sensory Bin is a quick and easy spring-themed sensory bin to encourage all kinds of sensory play for young children.
Using just a few materials, children are encouraged to use hands-on imaginative play with this Counting Caterpillars Spring Sensory Bin.
If you are looking for a quick, easy, and relatively way to let your kids explore spring, this Spring Sensory Bin is perfect. It’s especially great for days that the weather outside doesn’t cooperate.
This Spring Sensory Bin is a very bright, warm, and inviting sensory activity that toddlers are sure to love. It is a great alternative than going outside in cooler weather.
You will be able to easily set up this Counting Rain Sensory Bin for toddler sensory play. Preschoolers and Kindergarteners are sure to love it too.
You kids are sure to love this adorable Bird Nest Sensory Bin because it allows them to build their very own bird nest. They will have so much fun collecting materials for their nests.
After exploring this Counting Worms Sensory Bin, kids are less afraid of worms and they have learned a lot about these little creatures along the way.
Spring is the perfect time to learn about frogs. This Frog & Pond Habitat Sensory Bin provides a great opportunity for kids to demonstrate their knowledge about frogs and habitats.
Kids will have lots of fun digging, sorting, and matching with spring flowers with this adorable Flowers and Pom Poms Spring Sensory Bin.
Kids will love to see the goop slide off the worms and then off their own hands with this Wiggly Worm Sensory Play. It’s a wonderful sensory experience!
Your kids are sure to love this Spring Garden Sensory Bin because they will love the various textures and they will also get to eat some of the contents when they’re finished.
This adorable Duck Pond Sensory Play can be put together in just a matter of minutes. Kids are sure to enjoy dipping their hands in the water and feeling all the textures.
This Peas and Carrots Simple Sensory Bin is a great open-ended activity that is quick to set up with minimal materials. It is a great way to learn about gardening.
This Ladybug Small World activity is great for pretend play and for learning facts about ladybugs and the ladybug life cycle.
You can find most of the materials around your home for this adorable Insect Sensory Bin. Kids will love feeling all of the different buggy textures.
This toddler and preschool Bugs Sensory Bin is a wonderful way for kids to explore insects. Kids will love learning about ladybugs, butterflies, and dragonflies. You can also add any insects that your kids are interested in!
Your kids will love to learn more about gardening with these super cute Gardening Sensory Bins. They will get to play with various items such as soil, watering cans, seeds and more.
MORE SPRING FUN WITH PRINTABLE SPRING 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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