A Bunny & A Duck

Quack..quack.. “Good morning Bunny! Let’s play!”

Hop..hop.. “Morning Duck! Let me finish my breakfast (carrots) first, then I’ll play with you”

Quack..quack.. “Okay!”

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Soo this is my first ever sensory bin that I made for my son. I made this in December 2014, exactly one year ago. Very simple huh? I used mung beans as base (grass), then I put some beads as fallen leaves, cotton balls as rocks, and origami paper as pond. I made carrots and water lily pads from playdough and the tree from lego duplo. The bunny is a wooden puzzle, and the duck is a rubber duck. It IS a very simple sensory bin. However, my son is very happy playing with it for…15 minutes. Oh well, it’s good enough because he easily get bored. He always stop playing after 5 minutes then move to another play. That’s a toddler, with very short attention span. Nonetheless, I was very happy and decided to make him another sensory bins next time.

responses to “A Bunny & A Duck” 2

  1. I don’t have enough confidence to build any s-bin for my DD, but your posting makes it looks easier. I always thought that i need to have special educative toys (which is hard to find in my place), but this post teach me that s-bins can be made from scratch.

    xoxo
    Rie

    1. Just be confident! Anyone can do it, really! I often makes very simple sensory bins like this one, even more simple than this. It’s just that I don’t post them because they’re too simple too “brag about”, haha. As long as the child happy. They don’t really care how neat you make the s-bins, in the end they will have fun with it (read: “destroy” everything) Just do it, don’t think too much about it, children often happy because of simple things 😉

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