A simple and easy Easter sensory bin that includes a couple of homemade ingredients and items is the way to go!
Make Easter sensory activities fun and educational this Easter with this fun Easter chicks and bunnies sensory bin.
My girls super enjoyed this simple pretend Easter eggs with rice bin and what’s really cool about it, is that it can work for a differentiated set of ages!
We loved this simple pretend play Easter rice bin and I can’t wait to share the many fun ways we go about it below. 🙂
Related: Looking for even more fun and easy Easter crafts for kids? Check out this massive list of Easter fun ideas for toddlers, Preschool Easter activities and more!
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Uncooked dyed green rice (How to dye rice in this post here.)
Yellow and White Pom Poms
Epic bin we added this spring sensory bin to.
Easter Morning ideas for Toddlers
This Easter sensory bin is a fun and easy bin for a fun themed Easter with toddlers.
Toddlers can learn about the color yellow and white (chicks and bunnies) and can pretend play with this simple and fun Easter sensory bin. *Supervision is advised.
If you’d like to keep any of the items in this sensory bin contained, a fun set of Easter sensory bottles containing the rice and pom poms would work really neat too.
Tip: Be sure to glue the cap onto the craft bottle with a craft glue gun for extra security.
What other fun Easter things for toddlers can you think of including?
Related: Looking for more Easter activities for toddlers and for kids? Check out this fun set of Easter ideas for kids here.
Easter egg ideas for Preschoolers
Easter activities for 3 year olds can look a lot like some of these super fun ideas we’ve tried in the past:
These are just some of the many fun Easter ideas preschoolers can try for fun Easter play ideas turned educational and crafty.
Related: Looking for Easter sensory toys and Easter basket ideas for kids? Check out this epic list of Easter baskets for kids!
What are sensory bins good for?
Sensory bins are amazing for:
Learning through play
Fine motor skills
Hand eye coordination
Check out some of our past sensory bin ideas, here.
How big should a sensory bin be?
We like to keep ours in the mid range.
Everyone is different and a sensory bin can look different depending on:
What you’d like to include within your sensory bin
What you have on hand.
We’ve made sensory bins in small, medium and large bins and they all worked great!
Choose what is best for you and your family! 🙂
What do you put in a sensory table?
Some ideas for sensory tables can look like:
What other fun manipulatives can you think of for including within a sensory table?
*Supervision is required.