This lemonade sensory bin is seriously so much fun! Not only will your little one get to fell all the textures but they’ll also get to use their hands to create their own delicious lemonade.
Summertime fun means letting the kids get their hands and outfits just a little bit wet and messy to really be able to explore all the objects around them. And while this sensory bin is also tasty, it’s a great way for them to learn about how lemons truly can be turned into lemonade as well.
Lemonade Sensory Bin
Sensory bins really are great. It’s like giving your child permission to feel their way around objects that they just normally don’t get to. And sure, while your little one can always grab a lemon when they want to, how often do they get to deal with sliced lemons and ice when it’s not in a cup?
Use this lemonade sensory bin to let them really get in there and explore. Talk to them about the taste, the feel or how simple it can be to create something cool and refreshing to drink. This is a great taste-safe sensory bin for 1 year olds and toddlers who learn best through hands-on play!
And if you’re brave enough, maybe take a sip of what they’ve been mixing around!
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If you like this sensory bin, here are a few more that you might like as well:
- Lemonade Oobleck for Scented Sensory Play
- Bubble Guppies Water Bead Sensory Bin
- Fall Leaves Sensory Bin Hidden in Water Beads
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