Spring Sensory Bin

Using your Kool-Aid dyed rice, create a fun and interactive spring sensory bin. Sensory bins are great for children to develop their visual, textural, and audible senses. Let your kiddo explore the bright colors, the different textures, and the sounds of pouring and moving the rice.

  1. Ages: 3 - 8

  2. <30 minutes

  3. A little messy


Materials you'll need

Step-by-step tutorial

  • Step 1

    Making a sensory bin is a super simple, inexpensive way to introduce another avenue of imaginative play. Start by adding the Kool-Aid dyed rice to your bin. I poured the rice out in rows and added play accessories, along with scoops and shovels. Now it's time to play!

    Photo reference of how to complete step 1

  • Done!

    Sensory bins in our house usually occupy V for an extended period of time. She loves transferring, pouring, and scooping the rice from one container to another. She filled the plastic eggs with rice and used them as maracas. She also planted her flowers in the rice (the flowerbed), and poured rice (water) on the flowers.

    Photo reference of how to complete step 2

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