I think that Autumn or Fall (depending on what you call it!) is one of the best times to enjoy sensory play and especially sensory bins. There are so many great smells and the colors are just beautiful! You know that we love our sensory play ideas, especially sensory bins so you’re probably not surprised to see that we’ve put together a collection of Autumn and Fall sensory bins for toddlers.
Autumn / Fall Sensory Bins for Toddlers
I always like to start a new season with a trip to the library or the bookstore for some great Autumn/Fall themed books. My next stop is onto the craft stores to stock on on my Fall themed supplies! If you’re planning on a Fall themed sensory bin it’s a great idea to wander around your local dollar store, or browse on Amazon to see what they have. You can often get a lot of great stuff.
A few of my favorites are below:
When you’re ready to get started with your sensory bins, have a look at these 12 that I LOVE! These sensory bins are perfect for 1,2 and 3 year olds (and older siblings love them too!). If you’re new to sensory bins, you might also like to join in our 10 Day Simple Sensory Bin Challenge (it’s free!). You can sign up HERE.
Let’s get to it!
12 Autumn /Fall Sensory Bins for Toddlers
Pumpkin Patch Small World – Buggy and Buddy
Fall Leaf Sensory Tray – Powerful Mothering
Apple Cinnamon Sensory Bin – Fantastic Fun and Learning
Easy Apple Sensory Bin – Teaching 2 and 3 year olds
Fall Sensory Bin using pasta – Happy Hooligans
Harvest sensory bin with corn – The Chaos and the Clutter
Autumn / fall leaf sensory tub – Teaching Mama
Fall sensory bin with pumpkin play dough – Wild Flower Ramblings
Oatmeal Apple Sensory Play – Pre-K Pages
Fall Farm Sensory Play – Parenting Chaos
Fall leaves soup – And next comes L
Pumpkin Spiced Rice Play – Frog Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
I hope you were inspired with these Autumn and Fall sensory bin ideas. You should make sure you check out our huge collection of over 65 sensory bins that are all suited to 1,2 and 3 year olds .
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Other Autumn and Fall toddler activities you may enjoy are: