Wednesday, July 8, 2015

African Savannah Sensory Bin

I have already done an African sensory bin before but I wanted to redo it for a few different reasons. I purchased a few new Schleich toy animals until I had enough to fill my new large size bin.


We gathered some grass outside and I decorated the bin with lentils, navy beans and blue Activa sand. I put cups and bowls next to the bin.

My daughter loves to make families with her toy animals. We had a few elephants, giraffes and lions. She found parents for every baby animal. Then she bathed them in sand and fed them using little cups and toy spoons.

We tried to memorize names of unfamiliar animals – cheetah and jaguar. We divided animals into groups by what they eat – meat, leaves, grass and fruit.

My other sensory bins with animal habitats:

Forest Sensory Bin

African Swamp Sensory Bin

Indian and Indonesian Jungle Sensory Bin

Tropical Island Sensory Bin

Farm Sensory Bin

Coral Reef Sensory Bin

Frog Pond Sensory Bin

Arctic Sensory Bin

Desert Sensory Bin

Ocean Life Sensory Bin

African Savannah Sensory Bin

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