Set up a simple wooden beads sensory bin with an apple theme. Our apple sensory bin is the perfect complement to your fall early literacy activities and math activities! Sensory bins are perfect for early childhood education and make learning so much more fun and engaging.
Apple Themed Wooden Beads Sensory Bin
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Simple Sensory Play For Fine Motor And Math Skills
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Apple Wooden Beads Sensory Bin
Sensory bins can be a useful tool to engage a child and practice fine motor skills as well as other early learning skills like counting! Read more about the importance of sensory bins and everything you need to know to get started, here! It’s an excellent resource that answers many key questions about sensory bin use with children.
- wooden beads for filler
- acrylic apples, pompoms, or homemade cardboard apples (basically anything resembling green and red apples)
- good size bin to play in and contain sensory materials
- tweezers for picking apples
- zip ties, pipe cleaners or string for threading practice
Assemble your apple themed wooden beads sensory bin and you are good to go!
Easy Ways To Play And Learn With This Wooden Beads Sensory Bin
- Allow time to explore sensory bin without direction to satisfy sensory needs
- Fill a container, cover and shake to make sounds
- Use tongs to pick apples and put in container
- Sort colors of apples
- Count apples by color and then as a group
- Thread wooden beads on string, pipe cleaners, or zip ties. We threaded numbers 1-10 on 10 separate zip ties to create simple wooden bead math counters
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