Math Sensory Bin

Sensory bins make any learning activity fun. Whether it’s math or letters combine it with a simple sensory activity and you have a sure fire hit.

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This activity is just that. In this activity your toddler, preschooler or kindergartener will use their digging hands as my daughter calls it to find dominoes!

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Here’s how it works

Start out with a large sensory bin, rainbow rice and squeeze pouch caps. Click here for instructions on how to make rainbow rice.

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Add the rainbow rice and the caps to the sensory bin and mix them up.

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Then on a piece of paper write out numbers 1 to 8 in separate boxes. For older kids you could also go up to ten.

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Separate out the dominoes that add up to 8 and then hide them in the bin for your little one to find.

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Once she found a domino I had her add up the dots and then place it on the correct number.

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Math Made Easy

My daughter really lived this activity and it was a great way to add math into a fun sensory bin.

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Supplies

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