Three cheers for the red, white and blue! This army sensory bin celebrates the United States and all of the brave men and women who fight to keep the country safe. It offers a fantastic opportunity to discuss holidays such as Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day, and the Fourth of July.
*This post contains affiliate links. This blog makes a small commission on purchases made through these links.
This army sensory bin has a simple colored salt base, you will never believe just how easy this really is to do AND my guess is that you’ll be totally shocked what we use to do it.
Want the inside scoop? Check out the video that ‘Science Pig’ and I did to demo the salts!
As mentioned in the video this is an activity from our book, The Undeniable Power of Play. AND, as a bonus for you, ‘Science Pig’ wants to offer you 25% off the book!! Just use the code ‘sciencepig‘ at checkout. Trust me, this book will not only give you simple activities to do with your kids, it will also teach you how to harness the power of play-based learning at home.
To Make Your Own Army Sensory Bin
Color your salts according to the video above. Get creative with your colors, maybe yellow and brown for a desert battle, or greens and blues for one in the jungle. We chose red, white and blue as a way to discuss some important holidays here in the United States, and why those colors are so significant.
[Tweet “Make an army sensory bin to celebrate our nation’s heroes! #kidsplay”]
Why Sensory Play?
Sensory play is simply a method of engaging multiple senses while playing to enhance learning and memorization. When introducing a concept, or further discussing a topic, a sensory bin will provide plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning and a real experience with the subject.