Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin

Sensory bins are fun for all ages. You can play in them and have fun exploring different sensory activities.

I love water bead sensory bins because there are so many ways to play in them. And today we have a fun rainbow themed water bead sensory bin for kids to explore.

I also that you can change one item and it feels like a new sensory bin to play in.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

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This bin is great for spring activities, and St. Patrick’s Day activities!

I love pairing up books with are different activities and A Rainbow of My Own is a great book to go with this sensory bin. It is always fun to do a little reading.

Things to use with The Rainbow Water Bead Sensory Bin

The acrylic rocks come with some clear white and we took those out.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

How we used our Rainbow Water Bead Sensory Bin

It is just fun to explore in these bins. The acrylic rocks make a sound as you explore through the sensory bin. You can hear them mix around with each other.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

We also love to scoop up the water bead and pour them right back into the bin. This is great fun to feel the difference between the beads and the color rocks in the bin.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

You can scoop with one hand and pour them so they hit the other hand on the way down. There is no wrong way to play in a sensory bin.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

You can have fun search for just one color. They can find all of that color and hold them in the other hand or put the in a small bin outside of the sensory bin.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

They can search for all the different colors in the sensory bin. It is loads of fun for kids to see how many different colors they have in the acrylic rocks.

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

You can even try and make a rainbow from the rocks in the sensory bin. It was hard to keep them on top of the beads but was fun to see!

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

The one thing I love about sensory bins is that there is no wrong way to play in them!

Check out these other water bead sensory bins

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Pumpkin Water Beads Sensory Bin

Star Themed Water Bead Sensory Bin

Flower Water Bead Sensory Bin

Black and White Space Themed Water Bead Sensory Bin

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

Rainbow Colors Water Bead Sensory Bin - a great sensory bin exploring colors through clear waterbeads a fun sensory play for kids to do. - 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

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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