I switched out all of our Halloween goodies for all things FALL today and I wanted to share our new fall sensory bin. After going to the pumpkin patch and seeing how obsessed my students were with the giant corn pit, I knew I had to find some of my own to add into this month’s bin.
Our bin is available daily for students to earn during breaks, and I also like to incorporate it during learning times as well.
Here is a sorting activity I do with the Fall Shapes I got from Oriental Trading.
Please note: While I did receive these item at no cost, all opinions in this post are 100% my own.
I also like to put the matching pieces to tasks (flipbooks/file folders) in the bin to make activities fun. Students have to dig up all the matching pieces to the tasks to finish. They love it! See some examples below.
If you are in need of some activities for MLK day or Black History Month be sure to add this craft to your to do list. Last year, we used the multicultural paper from Pacon and read the book “The Skin We Live In” to go along with the activity. It stayed up all year! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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