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18 thoughts on “How to Create A Fall Colored Rice Sensory Bin”
Oh wow, this is cool! I know two little boys who would adore this!
This looks like so much fun and so easy to make. My little guy would love it. I’m adding this to our list of activities for the week.
Have fun creating one with your family!
That’s a cute idea. I bet my girls would love helping find the outdoor items too. It’d make a fun fall scavenger hunt.
Two fun activities in one! A Scavenger hunt then the sensory bin, great idea!
How cool is this! My girls would love this!
That’s so pretty and the kids were great at helping out.
What a fun fall activity for little ones.
This is great. I will have to share it with the preschool.
My daughter has a similar sensory bin. I always wondered how to make one.
I LOVE sensory bins and I LOVE fall! My little guy is having a blast with the insane amount of acorns this year – what a wonderful idea! Pinning now…
Thanks for the pin Lauren!
I never would have thought of something like this! Thanks for sharing.
I love rice sensory bins. They calm me! This one is so pretty, what great ideas.
I love this idea! I feel like there’s simplicity but so much room for creativity, and what a gorgeous result you have!
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