These fall sensory bins will help the little ones to get in the seasonal spirit and will allow you to teach them new words, scents, and more!
Sensory bins are a great way to keep little ones busy and engaged. There are so many ways you can use sensory bins for exploration, learning, and fun!
During the fall months, I love finding ways to incorporate the fall season into a sensory bin activity for the kids!
These work great in a classroom environment or for a chilly fall afternoon activity for your kids. There are so many great bin options out there, but this is a great place to get started!
15 Themed Fall Sensory Bins for Toddlers
I’ve put together a list of some of my favorites. Here are 15 fall sensory bins for toddlers!
Simple Harvest Sensory Bin For Fall Play
This harvest sensory bin is loaded with fall-themed objects for the little ones to scoop, squeeze, touch, and pour. The supplies could easily be purchased at the Dollar Store.
Thanksgiving Sensory Soup
A water sensory bin is a great way to get those little hands wet! Every kid loves water play, especially my little toddler. Fill your bins with fall-themed fruits, grains, and a few plastic toys to make the perfect "sensory soup".
Halloween Sensory Bin
I personally love this Halloween Sensory Bin because it's loaded with fun colors, holiday-themed supplies, and a variety of different things to feel.
Apple Cinnamon Sensory Bin
Soft oats, smooth apples, and cinnamon sticks – oh my! This Apple Cinnamon Sensory Bin is what fall is all about. It's almost good enough to eat. But, smelling will do.
Nature Sensory Bin Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Not only will this Nature , Bin get kids outside to play, it will help teach them about all things nature-related in the fall season. After collecting a few items, have children examine the objects by looking, touching, and smelling. They can even listen to the sounds the objects make when running your nails along them.
Apple Orchard Sensory Bin
Begin by having your children build the adorable apple trees using toilet paper roles, foam cutouts, and crafts pom poms. All of these objects are fun to touch and pretty cute to look at!
Fall Corn Sensory Bin
Using real corn, leaves, cookie cutters, and more – children can incorporate all the elements of fall into their sensory play.
Fall Farm Sensory Bin for Preschool
You can use actual supplies that you'd find on a farm in this fall farm sensory bin. With things like peas, hay, and grains – kids will have fun building and playing in this bin.
All-in-One Fall Sensory Bin
This bin is loaded with things to get the kids hands dirty. By feeling different textures and enjoying the bright colors, children will experience fall in a way you probably hadn't thought of.
Apple Pie Sensory Bin
Much like the Cinnamon Apple Sensory bin, kids can use imaginative play this fall!
Fall Sensory Color Rice Bin
By combining colorful fall-themed supplies, children can experience natural color combinations, textures, and more!
Thanksgiving Turkey Sensory Bin
I am personally obsessed with this Thanksgiving Turkey Sensory Bin! The colors make it fun to look at and will help children develop fine motor skills by keeping the colors separated.
Squirrel Sensory Bin
Play how the squirrels play! Create an environment the critters would live in during the fall season.
Corn and Popcorn Fall Science & Sensory Play for Kids
Combine sensory play with Science in these fall sensory bin activities. Learning and play combined with fall and fun!
Five Little Pumpkins Sensory Bin
By filling the cups, twirling the pipe cleaners, and more, kids can practice patience, counting, and so much more!
- Pumpkin Harvest Sensory Bin
- Thanksgiving Sensory Soup
- Halloween Sensory Bin
- Apple Cinnamon Sensory Bin
- Nature Sensory Bin
- Apple Orchard Sensory Bin
- Fall Sensory Bin
- Autumn Farm Sensory Bin
- Fall Sensory Bin
- Apple Pie Sensory Bin
- Fall Sensory Color Bin
- Thanksgiving Turkey Gratitude Sensory Bin
- Squirrel Sensory Bin
- Corn Sensory Bin
- Five Little Pumpkins Sensory Bin
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