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Piggy Bank Coins Sensory Bin for Toddlers Using Real Money from Lalymom

This Piggy Bank Sensory Bin for kids uses real money! Coins are shiny, smooth, heavy for their size and make a great sound. A Perfect Sensory Bin Filler!

Alphabet Sift and Find - check out this seriously fun and easy toddler activity! It's a combination of literacy and sensory fun - an alphabet learning activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Alphabet Sift and Find - check out this seriously fun and easy toddler activity! It's a combination of literacy and sensory fun - an alphabet learning activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Crunchy Box: A fun activity for your toddler. Use stale food from your cupboard - crackers, croutons, etc. - and let your little one hammer them, make a sensory box and more!

An easy way to entertain a toddler. Use crunchy box to expand on sensory development and grow vocabulary. Talk about what children feel and hear as they play with the materials in the crunchy box.

Hide the Animals: Quick Sensory Bin - easy indoor activity for toddlers. quick toddler activity; sensory bin

Looking for a quick sensory bin activity? Try this fun Hide the Animals game that toddlers and preschoolers will love! An easy indoor activity to play.

How to make a sand and rock box for your kids play trucks. They will love this!

DIY Sand and Rock Box by FSPDT. Gdjk -> made this with toilet rolls (aka tunnels) and moon sand instead of play sand. My son loved playing with it. The moon sand cleans up nicely indoors but play sand will be easier to play with when using the small cars.