Winter is here!
I love setting out a simple sensory bin that includes none other than a base and a simple early learning activity!
Some of our favorite sensory bases are:
These are some of the bases we have used in some of our previous sensory bins that have worked out really well and were so much fun!
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This specific time around I put together a simple snowman names sensory bin.
My preschooler is learning all about the letters of the alphabet at this point in time.
So, here we are with a simple set of one of our snowman printables for learning how to spell her name!
And, what’s even more fun is that it is included within a – sensory bin!
I love play to learn activities!!
They just make learning fun and that is what I love about it.
I’ll be sharing below how I put together this simple name of snowman activity/sensory bin and how you can too!
Related: Looking for more snowman craft ideas and activities? Here are over 40 Snowman crafts and activities!
Snowman Names Activity Supplies:
Uncooked white rice or white pom poms
You can also create an epic set of snowman images for learning with.
For example: You may find by cutting a set of square images from a sheet of paper and drawing a snowman hat on one, a snowman face on another and letters on the others that you’ve an epic and easy activity for learning about letters and more!
Try out a simple name activity with the letters or work on sight words.
Related: Looking for winter crafts for preschoolers? Here are over 70 winter crafts and activities for kids!
How to put together this simple Name of Snowman Activity
For this simple and very easy snowman preschool sensory activity, here are the steps I took to put this kids activity together:
Add uncooked rice into a tray.
Note: The tray we used is actually an unused plant pot and worked really well.
Then, print out the snowman name activity printable.
Cut out the printable pieces and add the letters of your littles name within the bin.
Once your sensory bin is set up, use an unused kids paint brush to trace the letters on the rice tray!
This is a great way to learn about writing and letters with a simple, easy and fun sensory bin!
Related: Looking for a fun outline of a snowman free printable with an early learning twist to it? Check out our snowman free printable!
I hope that you enjoy this really easy and simple names for a snowman activity with your preschoolers!
If you try it out, please share with me below how you went about this simple and very easy preschool learning activity!
For a simple and easy preschool snowman craft, check it out here!
And, happy learning!