Fall sensory bins are a fun way to learn through play! These Fall themes are cute and kids will love the opportunity to use their imaginations while practicing fine motor skills with these sensory bins.
Hands-on homeschooling with sensory bins is a great way to add another layer to delight-directed learning. Kids usually love getting to explore and experiment with different textures and manipulatives as they learn and play. They’re a great way to make connections in your studies, too.
We love incorporating seasons and holidays into our learning. Themed sensory bins are a good way to do this. Sensory bins can keep little hands busy while you’re working with your older children or during read-aloud time. There are so many creative ways to use sensory bins in your homeschool, which is why I think every homeschool should use sensory bins.
Since fall is one of our favorite seasons, I just had to share these fun and creative ideas for making fall sensory bins.
If you aren’t feeling crafty or are pressed for time and just want to purchase some premade sensory bins, I highly recommend looking on Etsy. I’ve found some great ones there, including this adorable Fall Harvest Sensory Bin and the Woodland Animals Sensory Bin (lovely Montessori, Charlotte Mason style).
Need some printables to go along with the sensory bins to extend the learning? I’ve got you covered with these:
Fall Sensory Bins
- Fall Sensory Bin With Dollar Tree Items from fantasticfunandlearning.com
- Fall Sensory Bin With Pinecones, Chestnuts, Acorns, Walnuts And More from happyhooligans.ca
- Harvest Time! Fall Sensory Bin from theseasonedmom.com
- Fall Sensory Bin: Squirrel Play from simpleplayideas.com
- Fall Sensory Bin For Homeschooling from thechaosandtheclutter.com
- Fall Sensory Bin With Fake Leaves from iheartcraftythings.com
- Colors Of Fall Sensory Bin For Preschoolers from lifeovercs.com
- Autumn Sensory Bin: Red Apples, Golden Gems, Sunflowers and More from happyhooligans.ca
- Apple Cinnamon Sensory Bin from fantasticfunandlearning.com
- Scarecrow Sensory Bin from fromabcstoacts.com
- Fall Sensory Bin: Counting Pumpkins With Preschoolers from lifeovercs.com
- November Sensory Bin from happyhooligans.ca
- “Acorns Everywhere” Sensory Bin from iheartcraftythings.com
- Apple Pie Sensory Bin: Sugar, Spice, And Glitter from sugarspiceandglitter.com
- Simple Apple Sensory Bin from fantasticfunandlearning.com
- Fall Sensory Bins For Preschool: Corn And Pumpkins from thenaturalhomeschool.com
- Pumpkin Scented Rice Sensory Bin: Bonding With Your Kids from handsonaswegrow.com
- Sunflower Sensory Bin For Fine-Motor Skills from lifeovercs.com
- Quiet Time Activity For Preschoolers: Fall Button Trees from handsonaswegrow.com
- Pumpkin Patch Sensory Bin: Preschool Matching Fun from lifeovercs.com
Try these fun resources from the Heart and Soul Homeschooling shop!
Don’t miss these ideas for fun fall books and activities that are a perfect complement to these fall sensory bins!
Find more fun fall activity ideas in these posts:
Fall Bucket List for Homeschoolers (free printable list of ideas!)
Fun Fall Morning Basket Ideas (this is a treasure trove of ideas for a range of ages)