Best Sensory Bin Tools
Sensory bins can be super easy to put together. They do not have to be complicated. Some of the tools in this list you may already have on hand. These tools can work for many different ages along with many other activities outside of just sensory bins. Let’s get into the list of sensory bin tools.
If you haven’t already, check out my post on Simple Toddler Rice Sensory Bin it will give you info on creating a simple rice sensory bin for your toddler.
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- Small Bowls
- Small Cups
- Wooden or Plastic Spoons
- Small Colander
- Ice Tray
- Magnifying Glass
- Popsicle Sticks
- Paint Brush
- Empty Toilet paper or paper towel roll
- Measuring cups
Of course not limited to just these in the list. I know there are many different items that can be used as tools when it comes to sensory bins. It is fun to have different utensils for your kid to use with their sensory bins. They all work on different skills.