Sensory Activities for Easter Play and Learning
Dig your hands into this Jelly Bean Sensory Bin from Stir the Wonder. What sounds do they make as you pour and scoup them?
Explore the sense of paint on your fingers with these Painted Easter Egg Sun Catchers from Creative Family Fun.
Activate your child’s sense of touch and movement with this Fine Motor Easter Egg Hunt from In the Playroom.
Connect sensory play with a little math with this Easter Sensory Bin with a Math Twist from I Heart Crafty Things. Try addition facts for your older child.
Simple, but oh so sweet, this Springtime Sensory Basket from Natural Beach Living is the perfect sensory basket for little ones to explore.
Have a little one? This Baby Easter Basket from The Educators’ Spin On It is the perfect way to get babies exploring their senses this Easter. I just love the idea of putting a silk scarf in a plastic egg – it’s the perfect invitation for a game of peek-a -boo!