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Child-led sensory rice bin

Child-led sensory rice bin

Little Bins for Little Hands issued a challenge to set up a rice bin for your child with nothing in it but white or brown rice and let your child decide what to put in. We did.

Child-led sensory rice bin - exploring
Nico was not very creative this time, maybe it was because he had been under the weather for a few days now, but you can see below, at first he only played with his hands and arms, feeling the rice. After bugging him to add something all he chose was a rake, a shovel and one little dinosaur, despite me suggesting many things he had put into sensory bins before, I got a no for everything.

Child-led sensory rice bin - playing
On the second day, I suggested he used his plastic egg, which he made a shaker with and also used as scoop to bury the dinosaur, so he could find it again, but that was it.

I guess you don’t need much to have fun!

Rice sensory bin challenge logo

Here are the participating blogs for more ideas:

Little Bins For Little Hands

A Mommy’s Adventures

Craftulate

Creative World of Varya

FSPDT

Gift of Curiosity

Glittering Muffins

Here Come the Girls

Kids Play Space

Lalymom

Life Over C’s

Life with Moore Babies

Minne-Mama

P is for Preschooler

Preschool Inspirations

School Time Snippets

Squiggles and Bubbles

Still Playing School

Suzy Homeschooler

Teach Beside Me

Teach me Mommy

The Chaos and The Clutter

If you do this, we’d LOVE to see a photo of it. Email it to us or post it on our Facebook page. Don’t forget to also follow us on Pinterest and our “Around the World in 12 Dishes” series also has its own Pinterest boards for each country. We’d love to do a Facebook album, a Pinterest board and a page of your creations :)

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