If you are looking for a very easy and simple setup that incorporates a bit of learning about the farm, farm animals or a simple and fun farm theme?
You are in the right place because this one is easy peasy!
Farm activities for toddlers and farm animal sensory activities for preschoolers and for kids are so much fun and can include a number of fun ideas.
For example, you can make a simple farm pretend play sensory bin like we did with a couple of household items!
Let’s get into how simple this sensory farm setup was..
Related: Looking for Fine Motor Activities for Kids? Here are some ideas that I hope are very helpful! 🙂
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Corn Kernels (not to be used for 3 and under. You can use in replacement LO’s cereal or stuffed animals.)
A simple and fun setup and small world play activity you can set up to learn about Farm animals and more! 🙂
How to make a Farm Sensory Bin
This small world sensory play was a very simple setup.
You can theme your sensory bin in a simple and fun way that works for you.
Here is how we set ours up:
Set out a bin and add a base. For a base, we used corn kernels but any base will do (your LO’s squishy toys, your LO’s cereal..)
Then, add a few scoop and pour toys within your farm activities sensory bin.
Set out your LO’s toy farm animals within the sensory bin to create a simple farm sensory activities setup.
Related: Looking for a Fun Pets Sensory Bin that we tried and was lots of fun? Check this one out!
Farm Sensory Bin Ideas
Some fun ideas with this simple sensory bin setup are to tell an Old Macdonald Sensory Story in conjunction with the book.
Another fun kids activity idea is to feed the farm animals counting sensory bin.
As your LO pretend feeds the farm animals, they can count as they feed them.
Farm animals Montessori activities can also include a fun learning counting game with a couple of wooden counting chips and wooden bowls for a neat learning activity.
Last but not least, try a simple set of preschool art farm ideas with a fun art activity to draw out the farm animals as you play with your Farm sensory bin and create art!
This farm small world play can include a bit of counting the farm animals all while receiving the benefits of sensory play!
Some other benefits are:
Hand and Eye Coordination
Fine Motor Activities
I hope you enjoyed this and if you have any other fun and simple activities, please let me know.
Related: Here is a fun Pet Sensory Bin which can work for any toy stuffed animal you are looking for.
What other fun small world sensory play ideas can you think of with these?
Please leave a comment below letting me know of any other sarm small world preschool activities you can think of trying out and maybe we can try it out too!