What do you do when you do not live near the ocean or beach? You make some Ocean and Beach Sensory Bins for your children to learn, play, and explore. Each of these sensory bins contains some element of either the ocean or beach while some contain both! Sensory bins are a great way to expose children to new topics without being to technical or seem like you are teaching.
Here’s a basic supply list for Sensory Bins:
Plastic bin or tray to house your items
Sensory material- sand, water, jello, or slime
Beach themed items-crabs, seagulls, shells,etc.
Once you know which theme you want to create then you can choose on of the sensory bins listed below. Gather all you items without your child knowing and maybe even throw in a Beach book or Ocean book or two for even more learning fun!
Ocean Themed Sensory Bins
Tide Pool Science Sensory Bin from Buggy and Buddy
Ocean Themed Science Sensory Nature Table from Natural Beach Living
Under the Sea Jello Sensory Adventure from Natural Beach Living
Ocean Sensory Bin from Mama Papa Bubba
Icy Ocean Sensory Play from Little Bins for Little Hands
>Ocean Sensory Bin with Boats from Frogs and Fairies
Ocean Theme ABC Sensory Bin from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Ocean Slime Recipe from Buggy and Buddy
Ocean Small World Play from Rainy Day Mum
Summer Sensory Bin for Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Ocean Slime from Little Bins for Little Hands
Shark Sensory Binfrom Mommy’s Bundle
Mermaid Ice Excavation from Mama Papa Bubba
Ocean Playdough and Shells from Kitchen Floor Crafts
Seaside Play Tray from Play and Learn Everyday
Beach Themed Sensory Bins
Glitter Cloud Dough Beach Sensory Tub from The Imagination Tree
Feels Like the Beach Sensory Play Recipe from Preschool Inspirations
Ocean Beach Sensory Bin Activity from Mommy’s Bundle
Beach Sensory Play and Small World from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Buried Treasure Sensory Bin from True Aim Education
Indoor Beach with Edible Sand from Mama Papa Bubba
Rocky Shore Small World with Ocean Playdough from Buggy and Buddy
How do you plan on using sensory bins this Summer?