What better way to enjoy a sunny fall day than to explore a fall farm sensory bin outdoors!
What particularly makes this fall farm sensory bin fun to explore is it feels like a farm setting.
Create a farm play land and let the kiddos go! This post contains affiliate links.
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Fall Farm Sensory Bin
Items used for fall farm sensory bin:
- Dried peas as the basis
- Decorative small apples and pumpkins, which you can get at any craft store
- Homemade scarecrows, using scrap fabric, popsicle sticks and yarn
- Homemade bales of hay (straw wrapped in wire)
- Apple trees made from toilet paper rolls, foam and pom poms
- Throw in a play tractor for additional fun!
This sensory bin gives the kids to many options to play!
From picking up the mini apples with wooden spoons for grasp control to moving the tractors through the peas.
It’s just up to their imaginations!
For more fall sensory fun, consider the following:
- Sensory Motor Activities for Fall
- Print and Create Fine Motor Projects for Fall
- Apple Do a Dot Printable Pack
- Apple Theme Preschool Classroom Lesson Plans
Find even more fall family fun, educational ideas and recipes!
Love it!! Both my boys would love playing with it!! I can see them learning and having fun for hours on end.
I was surprised at how long my boys wanted to play with this particular sensory bin. It was a HUGE hit.
What a creative idea! I hope they get a lot of use out of it! 🙂
I was surprised at just how long they actually played!
I love this! The dried peas are a great idea. Thanks so much!! 🙂
The peas really change up the sensory aspect of the bin. My boys loved it.
Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families says
This looks like so much fun.
Christy, I recommend you try it out. I was surprised at how long my boys played with this particularly sensory bin.
wow this looks so fun!! If I were a kid, it’d be so much fun especially if with other children. It’s like an adventure but near you 🙂
It became a play station for them. I was surprised and pleased at how long they played with this particular sensory bin.
Cute sensory bin! My daughter would love it!
My kids really did adore this sensory bin. Give it a try!
Sabrina @ Sow Sprout Play says
I think this sensory bin is absolutely adorable! I featured it on my round-up from the Kids Co-Op today. http://sowsproutplay.com/activities/fifteen-plus-apple-activities-and-recipes/
The Fairy and The Frog says
This looks great fun, I love the mini apples. Thanks for joining in the Parenting Pin it Party
Niki at Toot's Mom is Tired says
Oooh! I’m going to put one of these together for my 3-year-old. Thanks for the idea!