Button Sensory Bin!

We have been doing a lot with buttons around our house and to finalize all that we have been doing is a Button Sensory Bin. This is great bin for scoping and pouring and learning shapes and colors. It is fun to look at all the different buttons and go through them all.

Button Sensory Bin

This is an easy 2 minute sensory bin to put together. It does not take much time to collect everything. This is great for those that need something to do while you are cleaning or doing other activities.

What you need: lots of buttons, alphabet buttons, cups, and bin.

Button Sensory Bin

Mary first looked through all the buttons in the bin. This is a read sensory experience with all the different textures and shapes of the buttons.

Button Sensory Bin

Mary first went through and found lots of the button letters in the bin. The button are the alphabet buttons. There are 75 of them that come in a bag. This is a great exercise for letter recognition as well.

Button Sensory Bin

Amelia joined Mary and they pulled some of the buttons out to look at them better. We explore the shapes of the buttons. The many different colors and shades of the colors. We looked at one color and then explored another color.

Button Sensory Bin
Button Sensory Bin

They made shakers out of the buttons. They put their hands over the top of the cup with it half full of buttons. They sang some shaker songs they learned at EI Speech Group. We moved the shakers high, low, side to side, fast and slow.

Button Sensory Bin

They poured the buttons into the bin from standing up. They loved the sound that the buttons made as they hit the other buttons in the bin.

Button Sensory Bin

Mary poured the buttons from cup to cup. This is a great skill to work before learning ti pour water.

Button Sensory Bin

This was an activity where I let them have the buttons and just stood back to see what they would do. They had a great time and loved it. A button bin is something we use often now in the house.

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Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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14 Responses to Button Sensory Bin!

  1. This is brilliant – and I’m not just saying that because I have possibly the largest button collection in North America stashed in my sewing boxes! Pinning right now – thanks for sharing!

  2. My son made a shaker out of our corn sensory bin this week! He said he made it for me, though. That’s my sweet little guy! I really like all the colorful buttons. When I’ve done activities with buttons they have all been brown, black or clear (they came with the clothes).

  3. Jade says:

    Oh this looks like so much fun!! I don’t own any buttons though 🙁 I’ll have to buy some eventually! xx

    • admin says:

      It was fun for them and it is easy to find color button! I found them at various craft places: AC Moore, Michael’s and Walmart.

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