Disney Sensory Bin (Learn & Link With Linky)

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 This week we are having some Disney fun in preparation for our up and coming Disney World vacation!


I made a Disney Sensory Bin for my preschooler and toddler.

disney sensory bin

Materials Used:

Dried Beans (lentils & black eyed peas)

Minnie Mouse Puzzle

Various Mickey Mouse Containers

Measuring Spoon

Disney toy figures

2 Piece Puzzle

Plastic Round Tub Bin

I poured the beans in the tub bin and then I took all the puzzle  pieces and hid them in the beans. Then I added various Mickey Mouse containers, measuring spoon and toy figures.

Disney Sensory 1

My kids LOVE this bin! They poured, scooped and filled their Mickey Mouse containers. Stacked their Disney toy figures. Searched for the puzzles and put them together.  What a fun way to learn and play as they wait to go visit Mickey Mouse soon!

disney sensory 2

I will let them play with it for awhile  then put it away and add to it for when we go back in December!

Check out my other Sensory Bin posts:

How I store and organize my sensory bins.

Sensory Bin Posts For:




Dried Beans

Rice Bin

Mud & Water

Egg Shells

Expecting A Baby 

Shaving Cream




Color Red


How do you store your sensory bin materials?

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  1. I love this idea! The sensory bin is such a great tool for children but making it Disney themed is even better! I can’t wait to hear about your trip to Disney!

  2. Great idea. My girls would love this. If it was full of princesses, they would probably never leave the room.

  3. This is an awesome idea. My kids love sensory bins!

  4. What a great idea! The Disney theme just adds to the fun!

  5. I love this idea. It’s such a fun way to get ready for a Disney trip!

  6. I’ve never seen a sensory bin before but you can be my two toddlers would love getting their hands on something like this!

  7. A wonderful DIY idea with kids and it’s a great way to spend some quality time with them!

  8. this is beyond adorable. what a creative idea!

  9. What a neat concept! My kids are teenagers but I’m sure they would’ve loved something like this as youngsters.

  10. I should do a sensory bin for my son. I think he would like that.

  11. This such an awesome idea! My 3yo loves Disney, so this activity would be right up her alley.

  12. I love the idea of hiding the puzzle pieces! And the concept of previewing a big event coming up–could be applied so many ways!

  13. I love this! I went to Disney on my honeymoon and it was a blast! I can not wait till my kids get a bit older to take them!

  14. What a fun idea to do before visiting Disney World!
    Pinned it to my sensory bins board!

  15. This is so awesome and such a great idea! I’m going to have to try it out with my little guy!

  16. We don’t actually have anything like that, but now I think I’ll look into it!

  17. These are absolutely adorable! I wish I had known about sensory bins when my kids were tiny.

  18. NYCSingleMom says:

    wish i had thought of this while we were at disney. Great idea and love the directions

  19. I’m not very familiar with the concept of sensory bins but I love anything Disney and this looks great.

  20. I love sensory bins but never thought of extending the themes to things like Disney! Love it!

  21. Congrats on your trip to Disney! We started officially homeschooling this year and my kids are loving it!

  22. What a great idea! My kids love all things Disney.

  23. What a fun idea for the littles!!

  24. Ah, this is such a fantastic idea! My youngest daughter, Molly has Down syndrome and loves Mickey. She could really benefit from a fun sensory bin like this one!

  25. What a fun bin!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  26. My daughter is a big Mickey Mouse Club House fan. I should make a sensory bin for her too, I’m sure she would love it. Thanks for the idea!

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