Concept Sensory Bin

Concept Sensory Bin by Crayon Box Chronicles

[Contributor Post at Allfortheboys.com]

Psst! Have you heard the exciting news?! We’re a new contributor at All For The Boys! Last week we explored messy concept sensory paintingdiscussing the difference between big and small.  Understanding basic concepts helps strengthen a child’s vocabulary and builds early mathematical skills.  

Let’s dive back into our series today and discuss fun concepts — longest :: shortest, fill :: pour, full :: empty, and up :: down.  Today’s ultimate learning sensory bin is full of basic concepts, fine-motor activities, shapes, colors sequencing, and letters!  Aside from all the fun learning, we’ll experiment with our lacing lids we made last summer, measuring, and sensory play with bright teeny-tiny pasta!

To continue reading, see Concept Sensory Bin at All For The Boys blog.

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