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10 Fall Sensory Bins

Fall is just around the corner! Think about your favorite smells, sights and sounds about the fall. Do you yearn for the crunch of dried leaves under your feet? How about the smell of a cool, crisp morning? Do I even need to mention the scent of mulled apple cider?

10 Fall Sensory Bins | The Jenny Evolution

Sensory bins are the perfect way for little ones to explore the larger world, learning about textures, sounds, smells and sights all while practicing their fine motor skills as they manipulate objects. Sensory bins don’t have to be as formal as some of these. Making something as simple as a pile of leaves for your tots to explore can make a terrific version of a sensory bin.

Fall Apple Farm Sensory Bin | The Jenny Evolution

Fall Farm Sensory Bin from The Jenny Evolution

Fall Farm Harvest Sensory Bin on The Jenny Evolution

Fall Sensory Bin from Happy Hooligans

Apple Rice Sensory Bin from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

Nature Textures Sensory Bin from The Adventures of a Dotty Mum

Pumpkin Scented Cloud Dough from Growing a Jeweled Rose

Pumpkin Sensory Bin from Childhood Beckons

Fall Sensory Tub from Trains & Tutus

Apple Pie Making Sensory Bin by Little Bins for Little Hands

Fall Farm Sensory Tub from No Time for Flash Cards

Autumn Sensory Play from Pre-school Play

Harvest Sensory Tub from Counting Coconuts

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  1. Helene Cohen Bludman says

    What a great idea for little ones to experience the touch and smell of fall inside. I can smell those apples and pumpkins as we speak!

  2. says

    What great ideas. I never thought about doing this for my son but wow it would really keep him occupied. Thank you for linking up with Wine’d Down Wednesday.

  3. says

    Thank you for these ideas! I think my toddler would love the pumpkin cloud dough. I’m going to give a few of these a try!

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  4. Mary Withrow says

    Love these for fall and getting the children to participate by collecting leaves and scenting the rice will be even more fun!

    • says

      Janell — Have a ball trying out the new sensory activities. Even though my boys are getting older we still pull out the sensory stuff and what better way to get into the season than with fall sensory bins, right?

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