Sensory bins are a great way for children to have fun while working on their fine motor skills and explore using multiple senses. They’re also great teaching tools. It doesn’t matter if you’re planning on working on specific skills or letting your child have open-ended play time, your daughter will have fun with sensory bins.
After searching through blogs, I found 20+ sensory bins that your little girls will love. Of course, these bins don’t need to be duplicated exactly. If you’re missing items the creators used, replace them with things you do have on hand. Some of the bins I’ve included are: a butterfly life cycle bin made of colored pasta, a bin filled with different items for baking, and a garden themed bin where your child can plant flowers. These 20 sensory bins will keep your kiddo entertained and learning. They’re perfect for summer homeschooling, too!
20 Sensory Bins for Girls
Fun a Day – Coffee and Flower Sensory Bin
The Imagination Tree – Baking Sensory Tub
Mess for Less – Garden Sensory Bin
Lemon Lime Adventures – The Lorax: Truffula Forest Sensory Box
Glued to My Crafts Blog – Bird Nest Sensory Bin
Life Over C’s – Pretty Pink Sensory Bin
Pre-k Pages – Wash the Dogs Sensory Bin
My Small Potatoes – A Bit of Japan Sensory Bin
Happy Hooligans – Frozen Sensory Bin
The Golden Gleam – Magical Mermaid Sensory Bin
Jada Roo and Her Brother Too – Glass Slipper Sensory Bin
Huppie Mama – Pinkalicious Cupcake Sensory Bin
Modern Preschool – Bunny Tail Sensory Bin
Living Montessori Now – Butterfly Sensory Bin
Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes – The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sensory Bin
Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails – Strawberry Ice Cream Dough Sensory Bin
Life Over C’s – Sparkle Garden Sensory Bin
Pre-k Pages – Butterfly Life Cycle Sensory Bin
The Imagination Tree – Flowers and Fairies Sensory Tub
My Small Potatoes – My Little Pony Sensory Bin
BONUS SENSORY BIN with step-by-step instructions:
Embracing Destiny – Marine Life Sensory Bin
If you want to read more about why sensory bins are important learning tools, check out my post 5 Reasons Every Homeschool Should Use Sensory Bins at The Homeschool Post.
Do you use sensory bins? Which is your favorite?