Inside you’ll find: A simple sensory bin for a preschool bird unit activity.
When the kids are driving me out of my mind, a fail safe way to make everyone happy is to make a sensory bin.
Sensory bins need not be fancy to capture children’s imaginations. I don’t know what it is, but kids will run their fingers through sensory bins for hours!
This bird themed sensory bin is especially easy to put together!
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Thank you to the Toybrary of Austin for generously giving my family a membership in exchange for showcasing some of their amazing toys!
Pour the bird seed into the bin and let the children play with the figurines. They’ll figure out what to do!
So pour some bird seed and enjoy some feathered fun with your kiddos!
We borrowed our bird figurines from the Toybrary of Austin. What’s a “Toybrary”? Exactly what it sounds like, a library for TOYS! It keeps clutter and waste at bay in our home while giving the kids tons of variety! Liza, the owner of the Toybrary is so sweet and loves getting educational, playful toys that help kids be kids! Austinites, I highly recommend looking into a membership with them.
On October 27th, there will be a wonderful event with story time, art and yoga for kids from 10-11am. See the calendar for more details.