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      preschool sensory table

    • Julie Ariemma

      Fall Theme - Sensory bin

    • Brinna Sue

      fall sensory table idea

    • Trisha Hart

      Fall Sensory Tub- Here's what's inside: :: Silk leaves - found at Michael's and Hobby Lobby. If you can't find individual leaves, look for a garland you can cut up. :: Button leaves :: Cinnamon sticks :: Wooden acorns - purchased from here :: REAL acorns - these are a wonderful gift from the lovely Mama Bee. We have no oak trees in Bermuda, a sad thing for this acorn-loving girl! :: Pinecones :: Small wooden bowl - purchased from here :: Wooden apples & bucket - purchased from the same place as the wooden acorns :: Knitted apples - see here for my post about those :: Plastic apples :: Two teeny tiny button apples UPDATE: I've since added a little rake to the tub, too. After all, when the leaves fall you have to rake them together! This fun idea comes from Kara at Little Learners Lounge - thanks, Kara!

    • Tashina R

      Fall Sensory box

    • Larissa Poort

      Fall Sensory Bin! Here's what's inside: Silk leaves - found at Michael's and Hobby Lobby. If you can't find individual leaves, look for a garland you can cut up. :: Button leaves :: Cinnamon sticks :: Wooden acorns - purchased from here :: REAL acorns - these are a wonderful gift from the lovely Mama Bee. We have no oak trees in Bermuda, a sad thing for this acorn-loving girl! :: Pinecones :: Small wooden bowl - purchased from here :: Wooden apples

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