Although there are a lot of activities you can do with your child for St. Patrick’s Day, sensory bins for St. Patrick Day are bright, colorful, fun and can be modified to fit a range of age groups… they don’t just have to be for toddlers!
Personally, I think my boys would love the spaghetti sensory bin.
And if I hide objects in there, it could be a mini scavenger hunt.
Just a thought!
St. Patrick’s Day Fine Motor Sensory Bin | Mommy Evolution
With the Irish holiday coming up, sneak in some St. Patrick’s fine motor practice!
Rainbow Gelatin Sensory Tub | No Time for Flash Cards
The major bonus of this rainbow gelatin sensory tub project was that for toddlers who are putting everything in their mouths it’s no biggie if they take a bite.
Rainbow Spaghetti Sensory Play | Fun at Home with Kids
Just add a quantity of cooked pasta and several drops of whatever coloring you’re using to a ziploc bag – seal and shake!
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin | Fantastic Fun and Learning
Starting this bin a while before St. Patrick’s Day will give you many opportunities to use it in different ways.
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin | Blog Me Mom
This St.Patrick’s Day was inspired sensory bin created for my almost toddler ( at 15 months) which turned out just as fun for my preschooler.
St. Patrick’s Day Counting Coins Sensory Bin | Momma’s Fun World
Just make colored rice then added some shamrock things in along with some coins from the Dollar Tree!
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Tub | Teaching Mama
Rainbow Sensory Bin | Trial & Error
Even if your child knows her colors, try this new and fun combination!
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin | Nurturing Naters
When other kids coming over to play, they go right to the sensory tub for a reason!
St. Patrick’s Themed Sensory Bin With Hidden Treasure | Growing a Jeweled Rose
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Box | Pink and Green Mama
St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Sensory Bin | Sense of Wonder