Fall Academic Sensory Bins

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!

Are you looking for ways to take your centers to a whole new level? Sensory bins are a way to stimulate senses while also teaching valuable academic and developmental skills! I've created five fall themed sensory bins that are sure to be a hit with your little learners!
Before I show these amazing bins, let me share with you some ideas for fillers. You can use anything inside your bins...but in case you are drawing a blank, here is a quick sheet to help your creativity flow!

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!

So as you take a look at the following sensory bins, just know you can insert these academic pieces into any materials you want. I used the materials I used because that was what I had in my classroom!  I threw things I had into Sterilite storage boxes and I was done! Your extra crafting supplies will finally come in handy!

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!
*For this bin I used red shredded paper and felt leaves from my dollar store*  

Practice uppercase letter identification and matching with this bin. Children pick a leaf and then must find its correct spot on their board. I use velcro dots on each square in the board and the back of the leaves to help them keep their pieces in place and organized!

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!
*For this bin I used dried black beans, dried dyed pasta, spooky eye balls, sticky spider webs, pom poms, and witch fingers*  

Practice lowercase letter identification and matching with this bin. Children pick a ghost and then must find its correct spot on their board. I use velcro dots on each square in the board and the back of the ghosts to help them keep their pieces in place and organized!

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!
*For this bin I used red, orange and brown shredded paper*  

Practice shapes and sorting with this bin. Children pick a shape, disguised as a real life object, and then must sort it into the correct bin. 

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!
*For this bin I used dried pasta that I dyed in red, orange, and yellow*  

Practice numbers 1-10 and matching with this bin. Children pick an acorn and then must find its correct spot on their board. I use velcro dots on each square in the board and the back of the acorns to help them keep their pieces in place and organized!

Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!
*For this bin I used popcorn kernels*

 Practice reading and creating ten frames with this bin. Children pick a turkey and then must duplicate the ten frame on their board. I used pom poms as the manipulative for filling in the ten frame but you can use anything you have available in your room.

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Fall themed academic sensory bins. Stimulate children’s senses while improving phonics and math skills with these hands on sensory bin activities. Great for fine motor skills and teaching children how to learn through play! This bunch of sensory bins practices uppercase letter identification, lowercase letter identification, shapes, numbers 1-10 and ten frames. They also practice sorting, matching and building!

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