Frugal Seasonal Sensory Bins | Perfect Fall Fun for Toddlers
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These sensory bins are a cinch to make!
Looking for an easy way to create some festive fun for the kiddos? Check out this tip from Hip2Save reader, Jennifer, for DIY sensory bins with a touch of fall flair.
To create my fall sensory stations, I used $2 clear plastic bins from Target and then added dried lentils in one and split peas in the other. For other bin play items, I added a repurposed baby food jar, a small mason jar, and some small spoons for scooping practice for my toddler. To make them fit for fall, I added in some small pumpkins.
My girls have been playing with them for hours! Inexpensive, novel, and portable! We even played on the patio with it. Hours of quality screen-free fun for only a few dollars.
Sensory bins made simple!
Thank you, Jennifer, for sharing this frugal festive activity for the kiddos!
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