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  • Angela Croft

    I Spy sensory box. This blog has a number of great ideas for "busy boxes".

  • Heather Zammetti

    Love this Sensory bin idea! Kids can find matches of things and put them in the ice cube trays!

  • Jennifer Duncan

    lots of tot tray type ideas. but I love this one: matching items in ice cube tray. Hide one of each set in the rice. Let kids find and match. Use colored rice

  • KT C

    Busy Boxes. I think many of these would be good for use @ a Sensory table in the classroom.

  • Stephanie

    I SPY bin: Colored rice, ice cube tray used to match hidden pieces, teaspoons for digging, and various objects. Plus lots of other "busy box" ideas

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