Summertime gardening is totally my idea of peaceful and productive downtime. Sometimes I feel like I don’t know what I am doing, especially when I don’t see the fruit of my labor. No matter what, gardening always teaches me something, and it always brings my peace of mind. We can have our children join us in gardening with these gardening sensory bins for young learners.
You can help your kids create a garden sensory bin to explore throughout spring and through the summer. Both toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy some fun planting and replanting their own gardens over and over again with their very own sensory bins for gardening.
I will not pretend to have a green thumb. I surely do enjoy getting outside with my kids and watching something grow (or not) through time. Kids will really enjoy these activities to be free to get dirty and creative.
Looking for some more sensory bins for your young learner in the summer? Take a look at a few you may enjoy:
Check out these ideas for gardening sensory bins for this summer break from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook
Sewing is a wonderful life skill to learn that provides hours of hands-on work and a special satisfa
Printables to Teach Kids about the Layers of the Atmosphere
With all the talks about the effects on the ozone layer going around, my kids began asking me all ab
FREE Times Tables and Skip Counting Printables
Once addition and subtraction are mastered, multiplication is the next big math step that your child
Thanksgiving Through History - Holiday Homeschooling Freebie
Homeschooling through the holidays can be extra difficult... OR it can be extra fun! If you are cons
Printables All About Popcorn
Do you know that popcorn has its own website? That is right, popcorn. The site is called www.popcorn
Learning About Farming All Around the World
Many times when our kids think about farming they think only of America. When in fact, people have b
4 Out of the Box Books for Homeschool Moms + FREEBIE Book Li
Most book lists geared toward homeschool moms are directly related to the education and character de