Flower Garden Sensory Bin

Flowers are so much fun for little hands! Harper loves to pick them, plant them and even pull the weeds. I made a fun flower garden sensory bin for her and this super simple bin has not disappointed Harp at all!


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Supplies:
Dried black beans
Artificial flowers
Sand toys


Instructions:
Pour the dried black beans into the container.
Add Terracotta Pots and artificial flowers.
Offer a variety of tools to explore the beans with. Plastic serving tongs, sand toys
like shovels and rakes, kitchen spoons and small gardening spades are all fun options for
small hands. I chose items that would fit into the container with the lid for easy clean up and storage.
This is a sensory bin your little ones will want to play with many more times.
With supervision allow your child to explore the beans, the tools and plant the flowers.


This bin was so simple. But, the best things in life usually are.

As I put the bin out, Harp was ready to start gardening right away. Rolf heard the beans being poured into a pot and he exclaimed "I love these bins!"


He naturally wanted to play too. Harper was more than happy to share her flower garden with Rolf.


The kids loved the sound the beans made when poured into the pots. They also like the smoothness of the beans.


To make it even more realistic, I later added a drop of rose to a few flowers and jasmine to a few others to add the fun of fragrance to the bin.


Wen playtime was over it was simple to lay everything in the box and snap the lid on for easy storage. 


We will definitely be playing with this again! 


You might also like this In the Sky Sensory Bin.



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