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This week I am doing something a bit different. I make quite a bit of sensory bins for my toddler and preschooler. I wanted to share with you how I organize and store all my sensory bin supplies.
I have all my current sensory themes in large Ziploc bags and labeled with the them name in Sharpie. For any filler in our sensory bins (rocks, beans, shredded paper, etc) I place each of the filler materials in it’s own Ziploc bag as well.
All of these items are then kept in a storage bin with a lid and labeled.
Here are a few of the items we use in our sensory bins: bowls, tongs, measuring spoons, spoons, bowls with lids, funnels, etc. I keep these items in the storage bins as well with the other sensory bin materials.
Lastly to keep it all out of reach from my children when not in use I keep it all up high so that it stays organized until I put the next sensory bin together!
I try to put together a sensory bin once every few months here are some of the sensory activities or sensory bins I have made for my kids:
How do you store your sensory bin materials?
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