Learn how to make a simple popcorn sensory bin. Get started with just a few supplies and create hours of hands-on sensory fun for the little ones!
As part of my ongoing series, ABC Sensory, we’ve been exploring a different sensory activity for each letter of the alphabet. And for today’s letter P sensory play, we’ll be making a Popcorn sensory bin! In this post I’ll show you exactly how easy it is to make. Plus, I created a FREE checklist to help you make your own ABC sensory bins. Click the link to get access before getting started: FREE Idea Checklist: How To Create ABC Sensory Bins.
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Start by filling your sensory bin with popcorn kernels.
Add in some cotton balls to look like popcorn that’s popped and some letter P’s to help reinforce that P is for Popcorn.
If you’d like, you can also include some popcorn containers for scooping and playing. And that’s it! Let the fun begin!
Make It A Game
Try pushing all the letter P’s under the popcorn and have the kids try to find them all!
Sneak In Some Learning
As your child is playing, try asking questions like:
“What letter are we learning about today?”
“What sound does the letter P make?”
“P is for what?…. Popcorn!”
Try Making a Popcorn Sensory Bin
Make learning fun with a popcorn sensory bin. Try making one with your kids today!
Be sure to check out the rest of my alphabet sensory bins. And show me what you’ve made! Join me on Instagram or Facebook and share your sensory bins with me! Or leave me a message in the comments below. I love hearing from you!