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Teacher Partner Janine Levin recently introduced coffee beans into her Sand and Water area. The beans provided some great sensory experiences. The smell encouraged conversations about the familiarity of the aroma. Scooping, moving, and measuring beans allowed children to observe and discuss how its properties are different and similar from those of sand and water. What other materials do you incorporate in the Sand and Water area?

from Pre-K Pages

Sensory Table

DIY Sensory Table with PVC--there's no how to instructions, just have to figure it out by looking at the picture. I'm curious about the weight limit, but it has cross bracing --and PVC (thicker walled pipe) is pretty sturdy...and cheap-- More

from Life Over Cs

Colors and Numbers Flower Sensory Play for Preschoolers

Flower themed preschool activities! Learn colors, count, and practice fine motor skills by planting flowers in a garden!

from Pre-K Pages

Tips for Teaching Scissor Cutting Skills

from I Heart Crafty Things

Five Little Pumpkins Sensory Bin

Five Little Pumpkins Sensory Bin. Use tongs to transfer pumpkin poms into the bigger pumpkin containers. Use the scoop to practice filling the pumpkins with the black beans. Build a tall tower with their blocks

from Little Bins for Little Hands

Non Food Sensory Bin Fillers for Kids Sensory Play

Easy non food sensory bin fillers for sensory play. Sensory bins are perfect for early childhood learning including toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids. Make fun sensory bins for every holiday and season too.