I LOVE using sensory bins in my classroom. It's so important to keep the students engaged when learning and reviewing Kindergarten skills. Sensory bins area simple way to keep the students motivated, engaged, and focused on independent learning!
Print the center cards onto colored paper and laminate for durability. Cut the cards up and place in a tub filled with seasonal goodies for the students to feel and explore. I like to look in the Target Dollar Spot, craft stores, and my own classroom cupboards for tactile objects to put in my tubs. The students use the worksheets to record their answers. You can place the worksheet in a plastic file to use with dry erase markers, or print off the worksheets for the students to take home and show their parents!
August Sensory Bin includes centers and differentiated recording sheets-
-ocean upper and lowercase- practice letters and sounds
-cvc word families: the students pick a beginning letter to build cvc words
-palm tree ten frames- pick a card, count, and write the number
-sea shell counting: addition (the students pick a card and make an addition sentence.
-shark shapes: pick a shape card and color the matching shape
-ocean colors: the students pick a picture card and then color a crayon to match.
An editable version is also included!
I am adding monthly sensory bin activities to a growing bundle, and you can find it here:
Academic Sensory Bin Growing Bundle
Apples and ABC's