Updated: Jan 29
Setting up a sensory bin is a quick and easy way to let the littles explore, learn, and focus on fine motor skills. All while giving you a few minutes to fold laundry, start dinner, or even enjoy a hot cup of coffee!
This Dinosaur Dig is easy to set up and all links are included.
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Learn how to create a dino dig sensory bin at home.
Start with the table
This sensory table is the best price I have found. It is great for sensory filler play and also will hold water. You can set up so many different play scenerios for the little ones. It also had a lid that is reversiable. One side is flat and works well for coloring or playdoh. The flip side can be used for block play,
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Add the Filler
Add dried beans, colored rice, rocks, and even driend pasta to the bin.
One of my favorite sensory fillers is Kinetic Sand . This sand is mess free and gives the littles the feel and texture of beach sand. Kinetic sand also comes in a magnitude of colors.
Add the Fun
In the sensory bin I created I added a few different elements
Also, the small dinosaurs fit in plastic eggs for fun dino hatching.
You can be as creative as you would like. Plastic plants and rocks can be great addition too