Spring Flower Sensory Bin

Take your kids on an adventure to explore nature... without leaving home by making a Spring Flower Sensory Bin! Playing indoors doesn't mean kids can't connect with nature, that's why we made this delightful spring sensory bin so toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy exploring nature indoors whilst engaging in sensory play.

Spring Flower Sensory Bin

Using artificial grass, blooming flowers and some very cute little toys this sensory bin is a wonderful way to engage in sensory exploration and even a little of learning through sensory play.

But don't let windy days get you off guard! Here are a few other sensory bin ideas to make and have around. After all, you can never have too many sensory activities options!

Flower Sensory Bin

Spring sensory bin

Spring Flower Sensory Bin Supplies:

  • Artificial grass
  • Artificial blue and purple flowers (Remember to remove the flower from the stems!)
  • Artificial bird
  • Artificial dragonflies
  • Artificial butterflies
  • Sensory bin or tray

How to make your own Spring Sensory Bing for Kids - Directions:

STEP 1: Get all of your supplies in order

Start by preparing your sensory bin and your other supplies! Remove the stems from the flowers, take your artificial grass and chose your butterflies, bird and dragonflies.

TIP: These items are just suggestions, include anything that makes you think of spring, you could even add some real flowers.

Spring flower sensory bin supplies

STEP 2: Create the base of your sensory bin

Once everything is organised, take your bin and add the artificial grass taking the time to spread the grass out evenly. 

sensory bin supplies

From there, place the flowers on top of the grass but leaving a bit of space between them to avoid making the bin too cluttered.

Flower sensory bin

STEP 3: Add our little friends!

To bring this spring garden to life, just add your butterflies, the bird and the dragonflies around the bin... and you're done!

Spring sensory bin for toddlers

Invite your little ones to play with it. You could use this activity as an opportunity to teach them some facts about nature!

Spring sensory bin for preschoolers

You could also bring in a bit of number work by counting how many flowers, butterflies and birds you have. 

Spring flower sensory bin for toddlers

This Spring flower sensory bin is a great way to bring nature inside your home on those rainy days. Enjoy!

Spring sensory bin. An easy spring flower sensory bin for toddlers and preschoolers.

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