St. Patricks Day Sensory Bin

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We have put together another fun St. Patricks Day Sensory bin for the kids to play in. Sensory Bins are something my 2 younger boys and even sometimes the older kids enjoy playing in, we add in learning aspects to our bins, and the kids work on misc fine motor skills while playing. Some bins are messier then others but most of our bins are easily cleaned up so the boys who made the mess can help clean in up!

What’s Inside The Bin:

  • For our filler we used our Rainbow Rice
  • Mini St. Patrick’s Day mugs (perfect size for kids to use)
  • Foam St. Patrick’s Day’s Beads
  • St. Patrick’s Day Bandz
  • St. Patrick’s Day Necklaces
  • Rainbow Ribbon for cutting.
  • Black Kettles
  • Green St. Patrick’s Day coins
  • Small glass bowls and scoops
Here is our Rainbow Rice we made for a previous sensory bin we made, and reused it for our filler in this sensory bin.
As you can see the mugs are a perfect size for scooping up the rice in the bin!
Here is the bin all put together before the kids dug in! We made pattern using the light and dark foam beads, counted by 5’s and 10’s using the foam beads, practiced scooping into the black kettles, practiced cutting with the rainbow cording, used the St. Patrick’s Day Coins to count, and more!
The kids added a garbage and monster truck into our bin 🙂 They loved playing in the bin!
For more great St. Patrick Day Ideas we have shared about stop over and visit our St. Patrick’s Day ideas page.

My St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board has lots more ideas as well!

I am linking up with these great linky parties, stop over for great ideas to do with your kids!!

3 thoughts on “St. Patricks Day Sensory Bin

  1. amanda ripsam says:

    My daughter has sensory processing disorder and I have been looking for things to do with her Saint Patty day style.

    • Amanda,
      Thanks for taking the time to comment!! I’m so glad to hear you were able to find some great sensory resources for your daughter. Sensory Bins are an amazing resource for the SPD Kiddos! Let me know if you give it a try and how she likes it.

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