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Christmas Sensory Bin-easy diy from the dollar tree

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Christmas Sensory Bin-easy diy from the dollar tree

My kids love to get in the holiday spirit with a sensory bin.  On our last trip to the dollar tree, my oldest son and I picked out a few things to make one for Christmas.  So, here is our easy to make Christmas sensory bin.



What you need: white tinsel, little presents. jingle bells, plastic candy canes, and gift bows.

What to do:  find a box, rubbermaid, bowl, or for us we used the plastic lid off the foil pan I cooked our Thanksgiving turkey in.  Add the Christmas sensory items to the container.  Last, set it out and let the kids play.


Christmas Sensory Bin-easy diy from the dollar tree

Both my toddler and preschooler enjoyed playing with the sensory bin.  They didn't really like the tinsel so I removed it.  I thought afterwards that torn tissue paper may have been better.  The great thing about sensory play is that you can use a wide variety of things to play in.  You make it up as you go.  We hope you and your kids may have some sensory fun too.

Christmas Sensory Bin-easy diy from the dollar tree


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5 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea! I have so many odds and ends leftover when I wrap presents. They so need to go into a bin.

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  2. I have a ton of this stuff in our Christmas supplies box from last year! I could definitely make one. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Oh, how fun!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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  4. Your sensory bin looks so appealing, Jaime! I featured your post and photo in my 40+ Christmas Sensory Tubs post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/12/17/montessori-monday-40-plus-christmas-sensory-tubs/

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  5. How fun and inexpensive and EASY! I love it! My kids always love sensory bins, and my 5 year old still hasn't outgrown it. She comes up with all kinds of imaginative play with them. Thanks so much for linking up to Discover & Explore!

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