We are in full summer mode here at home so what could be more fun than a sand and sea sensory bin! In this bin, you will go on a letter hunt to find the letters under the sea! All the letter tiles are face down, so my kids had so much fun guessing the letter they would draw next and then turning over a letter tile.
To prepare this activity, you will fill half of a bin with sand. Then, you will add the blue letter tiles inside the second half of the bin. All the letters will be face down so that your child cannot see the letters. Grab one letter tile at a time and place on the ABC workmat next to the bin. Each time a letter tile is drawn, say the name and sound for the letter. Keep drawing letter tiles until all the letters are matched.
I hope you enjoy playing and learning with this sensory bin this week. If you want to grab a few more activities, check out my Ocean Preschool Unit or my Alphabet Matching Boom Cards.
I have teamed up with some teacher mana friends to bring you another week of under the sea fun FREE resources! Just tap the links below to grab all of these!
Creative Writing Printable // Literacy with the Littles
Water Beads Sensory Bin // M is for Monster
Positional Words //The Primary Post
Ocean Animals Matching Sensory Bin // Alleah Maree
Under the Sea Graph // Sarah Chesworth
Under the Sea Board Game // Teach Me Mommy
Counting Fish // Recipe for Teaching
Letter Hunt Sensory Bin // The Primary Brain
Under the Sea Fine Motor Mats // Fairy Poppins
Have a great week!
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