St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin
Having fun with a St. Patrick’s Day sensory bin. I bought some green tinsel, gold coins, some glittery shamrocks, some “drinking game” green dice, with some cut up foam from our basement square foam mats, and of course, our homemade leprechaun.
We have been reading a cute, nonsense book about St. Patty’s Day and a tricky (non-creepy) leprechaun, based on The Night Before Christmas, which I thought was cute; and it’s $2 at Amazon:John loved the beaded necklaces.As you can see — he put them all on, but then let me have one.He is still struggling with throwing all the contents of our sensory bins after he gets bored. He did little sorting — I had planned for him to sort the different colored green foam. But he had fun.
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What a cute bin and I love that you made your own leprechaun!
Thanks for visiting Michelle :)
What a great bin!! Thanks for sharing and linking up with us this week. I haven’t seen that book before, but it looks cute!
Thanks Jolanthe, the book is really sweet — has some fun ideas for older kids too :)
This looks like a cute book! The bin is filled with so many wonderful items! I will be sharing this post on Facebook and Pinterest.
Thanks, as always :) :)
I love that series of books!! Your leprechaun is adorable and that sensory bin is great!
This is great! I especially love the little felt leprechaun guy. I have a 17 month old daughter and sensory bins are my (and her) new favorite thing!
Aren’t they fun to make?! Thanks Alicia :)