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.
Yes, I'm pumped for alllll the Christmas activities, but I still plan to squeeze in every bit of fall we can these next two days until break! 🍁In NC, we still have fall like weather. Is it fall or winter weather where you are? ... See MoreSee Less
Easy prep and easy clean up turkey craft we will be doing tomorrow at school. Yes, I have to work Monday and Tuesday. Anyone else? I had Rhett use @kwikstixpaint for the brown and then we glued the other pieces right away since the paint dries magically fast. Rainbow strips to make the feathers to work on letter recognition in his name! 🌈 ... See MoreSee Less
It's such a privilege to work with these kiddos and I love finding new shirts to spread awareness - even more so when they are in 🌈 ❤️ Thanks @stylishteachers! Grab your own on their site and use the code: teachingspecialthinkers for 25% off your order. Perfect gift for Christmas! 🎄 ... See MoreSee Less