Fall sensory bins are the perfect way for little ones to explore the larger world, learning about textures, sounds, smells and sights all while practicing their fine motor skills as they manipulate objects.
Sensory bins don’t have to be as formal as some of these. Making something as simple as a pile of leaves for your tots to explore can make a terrific version of a sensory bin.
Fall Sensory Bins
Fall is just around the corner! Think about your favorite smells, sights and sounds about the fall. Do you yearn for the crunch of dried leaves under your feet? How about the smell of a cool, crisp morning? Do I even need to mention the scent of mulled apple cider?
Fall Farm Sensory Bin from The Jenny Evolution
Fall Fine Motor Sensory Bin from The Jenny Evolution
Fall Farm Harvest Sensory Bin on The Jenny Evolution
Fall Sensory Bin from Happy Hooligans
Apple Rice Sensory Bin from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Nature Textures Sensory Bin from The Adventures of a Dotty Mum
Pumpkin Scented Cloud Dough from Growing a Jeweled Rose
Pumpkin Sensory Bin from Childhood Beckons
Fall Sensory Tub from Trains & Tutus
Apple Pie Making Sensory Bin by Little Bins for Little Hands
Fall Farm Sensory Tub from No Time for Flash Cards
Autumn Sensory Play from Pre-school Play
Harvest Sensory Tub from Counting Coconuts
Like these fall sensory bins? For more sensory friendly ideas, consider the following (may contain affiliate links):