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Category Sensory Play Date April 28th, 2020

Simple Spring Sensory Bin

“It's a happy talent to know how to play”

Simple and open ended is sometimes best when it comes to an invitation to play. I love setting up simple activities that have no objective and just letting Lu discover and explore the materials. One of our favorite bins from last year is still one of her favorite bins this year.  

Lavender rice (made with red and blue natural food dye powder), plastic eggs, a few kitchen supplies and some fun easter objects buried in the rice turn into hours and days of fun.

Want to shop our simple spring sensory bin? The links below are amazon affiliate links, meaning, if you clickity over to amazon and purchase something, I receive a small commission at no cost to you. Any compensation from the link goes right into Lucy's warrior fund to help us, help her, battle retinoblastoma. You can follow along on her journey using her hashtag, #lucythewarrior on facebook and instagram. xoxo

all natural powdered food dye

want a more vibrant violet, use wilton's food dye

plastic eggs

fuzzy little chicks

colored fuzzy chicks

mini muffin tin (one of our absolute favorite sensory table accessories!)

pots and pans kids and small kitchen utensils

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