Sensory Bin Guide
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Grab this guide to plan sensory bins for the year ahead, enjoy with your own little ones over the summer, provide ideas for parents or to create a fun birthday gift (that's what I did!).
This Sensory Bin Guide contains a visual choice board as well as Activity Guide pages to create nine different sensory boxes. Each Activity Guide includes a list of materials, directions and activity ideas to stimulate language development during use. The budget friendly sensory bins use materials which you may already have on hand at home. Those that you do not have can be found in your local dollar store.
How to Guide with Master Supply List
Visual Choice Board
9 Double Sided Sensory Box Activity Guides
This packet is recommended as:
~ Support for SLPs looking to incorporate Sensory Bins into their therapy room
~ A guide for classroom teachers looking for sensory bin ideas for centers
~ Handouts for parents to provide ideas for language development (great for summer fun carryover!)
~ An innovative birthday gift idea for preschool/early childhood aged children
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